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Tunisia says museum gunmen trained in Libya

Tunisian Interior Minister Mohammed Najem Gharsalli (L) and French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (2L) lay a wreath at the Bardo Museum on March 20, 2015 in Tunis, two days after an attack by gunmenTunisia said two gunmen who killed 21 people at its national museum trained at a militant camp in Libya, as the country marked Independence Day in sombre mood on Friday. The Islamic State group claimed Wednesday’s attack on foreign tourists in Tunis, the deadliest since the 2011 revolution which sparked the Arab Spring regional uprisings. The assailants “left the country illegally last December for Libya and they were able to train with weapons there,” Secretary of State for Security Rafik Chelly said.

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