TUNIS, TUNISIA – Attackers opened fire at a major museum on Wednesday, gunning-down at least 17 European tourists, along with a security officer and cleaning woman.
Tunisian security forces managed to kill two of the attackers and end the hostage siege, but some fear the violence is not over. Three of the gunman are believed to have gotten away.
At this point, it's not clear who the attackers were, but the victims came from Italy, Poland, Germany, and Spain.
Tunis's National Bardo Museum is the largest one in the country. Now its history will never be the same.