In Tunisia, the terrorists received life sentences for the shooting of tourists in 2015

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Photo: Anis Mili/ Reuters

A court in Tunisia has condemned the terrorist attack on the Museum of Bardo and the shooting of tourists in Sousse in 2015. It is reported by Agence France-Presse Saturday, February 9.

It is noted that as a result of the attacks killed 60 people, many of them were tourists. In fact the attacks held two separate hearings in which the sentence received dozens of defendants.

Three defendants sentenced to life in prison for the attack in the Museum, another four to the same punishment for the shooting at the resort. The others were from 6 to 16 years in prison.

The attack in the capital of Tunisia were committed by 18 Mar 2015. Dressed in military uniforms, the terrorists opened indiscriminate fire at the building of the Parliament of Tunisia in the capital of the country. They then rushed to a nearby Museum, where they took hostages. The attack killed 20 tourists.

After three months on the beach at Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the suburbs of the resort town of Sousse, a terrorist shot a group of tourists. The attack killed 38 travelers, most of them British.

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