Tunisia: Bardo Museum to reopen after terror attack
March 24 , 2015
The Bardo Museum in Tunisia is set to reopen after last week's deadly terror attack that killed 22 people, most of them foreign tourists.
The Islamic State had claimed responsibility for the gun attack in capital Tunis.
There are apprehensions that the killings could strike a blow to the country’s tourism industry. Prime minister Habib Essid dismissed senior police heads for alleged security lapses.
Security forces killed two of the gunmen. A third is believed to be on the run.