Militants kill 8 in attack on major Tunisian museum, take hostages, interior ministry says
Militants shot and killed at least eight people at a leading museum in Tunisia Wednesday and have taken several more hostage, the county’s interior ministry said.
Interior Ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui said on Radio Mosaique that only one of the dead in Wednesday's attack was a Tunisian. He did not provide nationalities for the others. Poland's Foreign Ministry announced that three Poles were among the wounded.
...Tunisia recently completed a rocky road to democracy after overthrowing its authoritarian president in 2011. It has been more stable than other countries in the region, but it has struggled with violence by Islamic extremists in recent years, including some linked to the Islamic State group. It also has extremists linked to Al Qaeda's North Africa arm who occasionally target Tunisian security forces.
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Also according to this article, a "disproportionately large number" of those who have joined ISIS are Tunisian, and the museum attack is only a day after the confirmation of the killing of Ahmed Rouissi, known as the gained the "black box of terrorism."