惠泽社群官方网 {Tunisia Struggles in the Wake of a Major Terror Attack

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With Tunisians reeling from the terror attack that killed 18 foreign tourists on Wednesday in the heart of their capital, the government scrambled to try avert any further attacks, while accounting for ho【39977香港马会资料网 】w gunmen were able to mount the deadliest operation in decades, in broad daylight and with seemingly little difficulty. Late Wednesday, security forces arrested nine people, five of whom were believed to be directly connected to the attack on th【100期王姐一码三中三 】e National Bardo Museum, acco【67555com香港慈善网 】rding to Tunisias presidential office, which said the suspects were part of a terror cell. In the worst attack on foreigners in 13 yearsand with the highest death toll perhaps evertwo gunmen cornered the tourists in the museum parking lot early Wednesday afternoon, massacring several of them, before holding several other【2019年114期管家婆四不像图片 】s under siege inside. Security forces stormed the building about four hours later, killing the attackers and freeing the hostages. Among those killed were tourists from 【新版君彩精解跑狗图 】Spain, Italy, Poland and Germany, most of whom were passengers on a Mediterranean cruise-liner that had st【2020东方心经第三期 】opped for a day of sight seeing in Tunis. Related Stories 【一马公开一肖一中特2020 】 【6合QQ群 】 【上期开特看下期波色 】  【三肖中特高手资料网 】 World Tunisia's President【极限六肖三期必中特 】ial Election 2019: Who's Running, What's at Stake  【跑狗图跑狗玄机跑狗论坛 】 【74888论坛彩霸王 】   World 【第四期跑狗图第十三期 】 Tunisia’s Fledgling Democracy Shows Signs of Wear and Tear    【2017新版跑狗图网址 】 【芙蓉出水打一肖 】 As the shock sank in on Wednesday night, 88-year-old Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, who took office only in January after the countrys first presidential elections, vowed an all-out fight against jihadists. Tunisia, he said in a televised address, was in a war with t

error, and these savage minority groups will not frighten us. The fight against them

will continue until they are【281 大版贴士皇-1 】 exterminated. Parliament on Thursday pledged more funds to beef up security and intelligence. 【2020生肖1至13合数表 】 Yet despite the aggressive talk, Tunisians wondered whether their countrys security has been too lax, and how the growing threats within this small country of 11 million people had gone unnoticed. On Thursday, Tun【香港正版挂牌彩图13 】isian Prime Minister Habib Essid admitted that one of the two gunman had been under surve

illance, although it appeared that Tunisias security forces did not have information linking him to a specific militant organization. He was known to the security services, he was flagged and monitored, said Essid, speaking to the French network RTL. We are in the process of further investigation. We cannot say which organization they belong to.  Despite that, early suspicions of who was behind Wednesdays attack point to the Islamic State of Iraq and greater Syria (ISIS). Tunisian analysts speculated on Wednesday that the attack on the museum might have been timed in retaliation for the death earlier this week of Ahmed al-Rouissi, one of Tunisias most wanted militants, who was killed fighting with ISIS in the Libyan city of Sirt.  【2015福利传真信封 】 Get The Brief. Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now. 【爆料一码资料免费 】

 Thank you! For your security, we've sent a confirmation email to the address you entered. Click the link to confirm your subscription and begin receiving our newsletters. If you don't get the confirmation within 10 minutes, please check your spam folder.  【新版跑狗图106期 】 On Thursday, the SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist organizations, provided an English translation of an ISIS audio statement to the New York Times, in which the organization claimed responsibility for the tourist massacre, and warned of more violence to come. We tell the apostates who sit on the chest of Muslim Tunisia: Wait for the glad tidings of what will harm you, impure ones, for what you have seen today is the first drop of the rain, God willing, the paper quoted the statement saying. You will not enjoy security, nor be pleased with peace, while the Islamic State has men like these. 【2020第81期跑狗图 】There might also have been a warning shortly before the attack. A few hours before the gunmen opened fire at the museum, an ISIS supporter tweeted, Coming good news to Tunisias Muslims, according to Britains Daily Mail. The tweeter, whose handle is @riff0BA, promised a shock to the disbelievers and the hypocrites, especially those who claim to be cultured.' According to the Associated Press, two of the gunman involved in the attack left Tunisia in December and received weapons training in Libya. Witness Scenes From Tunisia Museum Attack 【五九左右开打一生肖 】

 Members of the Tunisian security services take up a position after gunmen reportedly took hostages near the country's parliament, outside the Bardo Museum in Tunis, March 18, 2015. 【裹尸马革打一肖 】 Mohamed Messare—EPA  【查2019年112期六合资料 】 【3d铁算盘五码353期 】  Tunisian security forces secure the area after gunmen attacked the Bardo Museum in Tunis on March 18, 2015. 【三人行中的三人指什么生肖 】 Fethi Belaid—AFP/Getty Images

【2018年004期老版跑狗图 】  Tunisian security forces secure the area after gunmen attacked the Bardo Museum in Tunis on March 18, 2015. Fethi Belaid—AFP/Getty Images   【2020年管家婆马报资料 】     Tourists and visitors from the Bardo Museum are evacuated in Tunis, March 18, 2015. Hassene Dridi—AP  A victim arrives at the Charles Nicoles hospita

l, March 18, 2015 in Tunis. Edel Ezine—AP

 【五色光辉祥云升打一肖 】 A Tunisian security force helicopter flies over the site of an attack carried out by two gunmen at the Bard【2019年111期,管家婆资料玄机图 】o Museum in Tunis on March 18, 2015. Salah Habibi—AFP/Getty Images 【二四六天天好彩忘记图 】    1 of 6 【086期谜语解一肖中特: 】  Advertisement When gunfire exploded on Wednesday afternoon, residents in Tunis could scarcely believe that their breezy seaside city was under a terrorist attack. Sayida Ounissi, 28, a member of parliament for the Islamist political party Ennahda, told TIME on Thursday t

hat many of her colleagues in parliament at first brushed off the security alert, not believing that they might be in danger; the lawmakers were in session, discussing new anti-terrorism measures, when the gunmen attacked the nearby National Bardo Museum. Despite all of the threats and ass【免费公开精准六肖中特平台 】assinations, most of us living in the city think of terrorism as something happening ou【平码赔多少 】tside, in Iraq and Libya, Ounissi said, by phone from Tunis. I was one of the rare people who took the alert seriously. She quickly began to le【马报那个比较准吗 】ave【生财有道图库2017 】 the parliament, followed by her colleagues.   【马会小鱼儿玄机2站 】 Spotlight Story Kobe Bryant Had a Singular Impact on His Game and the World Bryant died in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles on Sunday, along with his daughter Gianna That illusion of safety has been severely shaken. Indeed, Tunisian analysts believe that jihadist organizations see the country and its democratically elected government as a particularly juicy target. That is because Tunisias 2011 Jasmine Revolution sparked a wave of uprisings in Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Yemen, emerging as the sole democracy from the Arab Spring. Wedged between Algeria, where al-Qaeda affiliates are active, and unstable Libya, where ISIS is waging increasing attacks, tiny Tunisia seems highly vul

nerable. Tunisian officials estimate that more than 3,000 citizens have fought with jihadist groups in Iraq and Syria over the past four yearsmaking it one of the biggest sources of foreign fighters in the world. About 500 of them have since ret【关于香港赛马会董事长 】urned. Battle-trained, some could be planning to wage attacks at home. We know very well that the Tunisia model is not to everyones satisfaction, says Ounissi. You have a Muslim democracy in a region with extremist organizations, who do not want freedom and democracy. Still, Wednesdays attacks appeared to have inspired intense determination among Tunisians to protect their democratic revolution. 【金牌会员 】After dark on Wednesday thousands of people poured into Tuniss main boulevard, Avenue Habib Bouguiba, signing the national anthem and holding handwritten signs proclaiming that terrorism would not pre【蛇蛋图今日闲情二十六 】vail. Others gathered in a candlelight vigil outside the Bardo Museum, shaken by the gruesome bloodshed on the citys streets. You can see the sense of shock on everyones faces, says Jerry Sorkin, an American tour operator who has lived in Tunis for many years, and runs a cultural-tour company called TunisUSA. People are not going to tolerate the violence, he says, speaking by phone from the capital on Thursday. They have gone so far in forming a democracy. Nonetheless, Wednesdays attacks are likely to have a drastic effect on Tunisia, especially on the vital tourist industry, which has suffered since the Arab Spring. The travel industry makes up about seven percent of the countrys economy, and employs nearly 500,000 people. A two-hour flight from Paris, Tunisias sun-baked coastline drew millions of tourists before the revolution. Tunisia was hoping that this years summer would mark an upt【引蛇出洞打一生肖 】urn in tourists, many of whom have stayed away since 2011. But Sork


says he had received several calls and emails since Wednesday from nervous clients who have booked tours to Tunisia. All we can tell them is, we really think this is an isolated situation, he says. Related 【三肖中特期期准16期 】 【安全局极限平特二中一 】 【跑狗图的诗句71期 】   【2015年发财玄机图资料 】

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