A picture taken on June 11, 2013 shows Tunisian soldiers patroling in the Mount Chaambi region. AFP PHOTO/ABDERRAZEK KHLIFI
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Three leaders of an Al-Qaeda-linked jihadi group blamed for a spate of violence in Tunisia were among five "terrorists" killed last week in a security raid, the interior minister has said.The assault that killed 21 tourists and a policeman was however claimed by ISIS.ISIS, however, claimed responsibility for the museum attack as well as a beach massacre last month that left 38 tourists dead.Tunisia has seen a surge in radical Islam since veteran president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was ousted in a 2011 revolution.
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