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19 March 2015 | Tunisia

Statement by the Press Secretary on the Attack at Tunisia's National Bardo Museum

The White House
Statement by the Press Secretary on the Attack at Tunisia's National Bardo Museum

WASHINGTON, March 19, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- We extend our deepest sympathies to the victims of today's heinous violence in Tunisia and condemn in the strongest terms this terrorist attack, which took the lives of innocent Tunisians as well as visiting tourists. American officials are in touch with Tunisian authorities, and the United States is prepared to offer assistance to their investigation.

While we do not yet know the identities of the attackers or their motives, what we do know is that their cowardly acts will not intimidate the Tunisian people, whose storied heritage is showcased at the site of this attack, the National Bardo Museum. The United States is proud of our robust cooperation with Tunisia on counterterrorism and broader security issues, and we will continue to stand with our Tunisian partners against terrorist violence.

quot-img-1Let us not talk about Democracy, but good governance, because even in Democracy, tyrants are not far. - Odimegwu Onwumere, is a Nigerian Poet/Author

By: Odimegwu Onwumere quot-img-1
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