Tunisians gather at Habib Bourguiba avenue to show solidarity with the victims of the attack at a museum in Tunis, Wednesday, March 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Adel Mhamdi)
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Prime Minister Tammam Salam and former Prime Minister Saad Hariri Thursday offered condolences to the people of Tunisia after 21 people were killed at the country's national museum, while Hezbollah called for global action to fight terrorism.Hezbollah also strongly condemned Wednesday's "heinous terrorist crime" at Bardo Museum that left 18 foreign tourists and three Tunisians killed.Gunmen wearing military uniforms stormed Wednesday Bardo Museum inside the heavily guarded parliament compound in central Tunis, killing 21 people.
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