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Sousse Attack 10
Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

A gunmen lies dead on the pavement outside a tourist resort in Tunisia were he reportedly opened fire, killing 27.

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Sousse Terrorist Attack Aftermath
Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

Footage of the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Sousse, Tunisia on June 26, 2015. Video shows B-roll and interviews with tourists, foreign embassies personnel and Tunisian officials. (English and French)

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
25 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
25 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Tunisia Attack Aftermath
Sousse
By Marwen Farhani
25 Jun 2015

Mobile phone footage of the dead gunman of the attack in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Wherever They Are, We Are
Beirut
By b.yaacoub
19 Jun 2015

The image of the masked protestor, with their fiery eyes and fist in the air is one of the most iconic images in popular culture. This character has become romanticized, demonized, idolized, and oftentimes misunderstood. The upheaval that has taken place around the world, especially in the last four years, has both reinforced and broken this stereotype.

But who are those who take to the streets? Why do they do it? What do they want?

A procession of women in Nigeria, marching together with placards reading “Bring Back Our Girls”, has a considerably different tone than the charged clashes between riot police and anarchists in Greece. A candlelight vigil held by journalists in Lebanon in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo does not have the same risk of deadly violence as villagers and farmers confronting trigger-happy gunmen in Syria. And a group of concerned citizens voicing their discontent with the privatization of a public beach does not have the same high social and political stakes as those trying to overthrow an authoritarian regime.

However, despite vast differences in context and situation, those who take to the streets often share a common drive to stand up for ideas they believe in. For many, there is a common belief that by taking to the streets and making their voices public, they can influence change in their world.

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TRAILER: Documentary on Tunisian Jiha...
Tunis
By darraji kerim
08 Jun 2015

This documentary film by International Pixel Productions tells the story of Tunisian jihadists who left to Syria to fight alongside ISIS.

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Anti-terror Operations Continue in Tu...
Gafsa, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
30 Mar 2015

Anti-terror operations continue in the wake of the Bardo Museum attack, this time in the rural areas outside the Tunisian capital. This operation comes a day after a raid in the suburbs of Tunis ended with authorities killing nine suspected militants in a gunfight and arresting one.

Heavily-armed Tunisian forces patrol outside the town of Gafsa as helicopters survey the area from above.

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Aftermath Of Tunisia Police Raid Agai...
Gafsa, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
29 Mar 2015

The video shows the aftermath of the Tunisian security forces operation in the western city of Gafsa that killed nine militants, including the alleged leader of the attack on the Bardo Museum, in which 21 tourists and a Tunisian died.
Lokman Abu Sakhra, an Algerian national, was one of nine armed militants killed in the raid on Saturday. Authorities described him as one of Tunisia's "most dangerous terrorists". The names of the other eight militants killed in the raid as follows: the Haji brothers (formerly involved in an attack on the house of former Interior Minister Loutfi ben Jeddo), Zuhair ben al-Mawldi al-Thaybi, Khaled ben Faraj al-Souweisi, Alaa Eldin bin Kamel al-Tahiri, Maymoun al-Jaza2eri, and Naser al Ateri.
One another militant was wounded during the raid and was taken to hospital by the security forces.
Tunisian police says that the militants were members of the Okba Ibn Nafaa Brigade, a jihadist group that has previously carried out deadly attacks against security forces in the country.

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March Against Terrorism in Tunis
Tunis
By Zaid Abbour
25 Mar 2015

More than five thousand protesters, both Tunisian and foreign nationals participated in a march from Bab Saadoun Square, the center of the capital city of Tunis, to Pardo Square in front of the parliament building and next to the Bardo Museum. The march under the theme "peoples of the world united against terrorism," came amid tight security at the invitation of the organizers of the World Social Forum, which starts its proceedings on Tuesday in Tunis. The march saw the participation of thousands of organizations invited to the Global Forum. Protestors chanted slogans against terrorism, while others took the opportunity to rally against capitalism and globalization and to call for social justice for the poor.

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

Women participate en masse in the World Social Forum's Global March Against Terrorism

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

The World Social Forum's Global March Against Terrorism

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

Agents guarding the front of the Bardo Museum in Tunis protest against terrorism

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

A group of Algerian participants proudly wave their county's flag in the Global March Against Terrorism in front of the Bardo Museum

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

A group of participants in the Global March Against Terrorism in front of the Bardo Museum

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

A group of participants in the Global March Against Terrorism in front of the Bardo Museum

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

A team of military police to protect participants in the World Social Forum's Global March Against Terrorism

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

A team of military police to protect participants in the World Social Forum's Global March Against Terrorism

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

Participants in the march wave a giant flag of Palestine

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

Participants in the march came from many places outside of Tunisia

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Tunisia, Tunisa
By Zaid Abbour
23 Mar 2015

A group of participants sings the Tunisian national anthem in the Global March Against Terrorism in front of the Bardo Museum to protest the attack that killed 23 people the previous week. Now, locals and foreigners together clamor for peace.

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Tunisians and Foreigners Rally Agains...
Tunis
By Adeline Bailleul
19 Mar 2015

Protests erupted outside the National Bardo Museum in Tunis where an attack left 23 people dead the day before. Citizens and visitors speak out against the attacks.

Tunisian authorities have taken nine suspects into custody amid an ongoing search for the perpetrators of the attack.

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Tunis
By Marwen Farhani
19 Mar 2015

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March 18, 2015 -- Tunis, Tunisia

Twenty people were killed, mostly tourists, and many more wounded when gunmen attacked the popular Bardo museum in Tunis. Tunisian security services deployed around the museum's buildings prior to entering them, allegedly trading fire with militants inside before killing two of them and rescuing hostages. Other gunmen are believed to be at large.

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Tourists, Locals Killed in Attack on ...
Le bardo
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015. Twenty people were killed, mostly tourists, and many more wounded when gunmen attacked the popular Bardo museum in Tunis. They took others hostage, some of whom were evacuated as members of the security services deployed around the museum's buildings prior to entering them. Security forces allegedly traded fire with the militants inside before killing two of the unknown number of gunmen. Others are still thought to be at large, and one officer is reported to have died.

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Tunisia Museum Attackers Lay Dead
Rue de Bayrouth,Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
18 Mar 2015

***DISCLAIMER: HIGHLY GRAPHIC IMAGES, LOW QUALITY IMAGES***

March 18, 2015

Tunis, Tunisia

Two of the gunmen responsible for the attack on the Bardo museum lay dead after being shot down by Tunisian security forces during a raid on the museum.

The attack on the Bardo museum killed 20 people and wounded 44, most of them foreign tourists. Two gunmen responsible for the shooting have been identified Yassine Laabidi and Hatem Khachnaoui. It is believed that other gunmen are still at large. 

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Tunisia Museum Attack: The Aftermath
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunsia: French Hostage in Museum Attack
Tunis
By Adeline Bailleul
18 Mar 2015

Interview with a French woman taken hostage during the terrorist attack on the Bardo Museum in Tunis, Tunisia. Declining to give her family name, she identified only as José Marie.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 01
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.