Tunisians wave the national flag as they protest outside the National Bardo Museum in Tunis on March 19, 2015, a day after the attack on the national museum. AFP PHOTO /FADEL SENNA
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Tunisia Wednesday saw its first deadly attack on foreigners since the 2010-11 uprising that toppled President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali after 23 years in power.However, the country that gave birth to the Arab Spring has seen a sharp rise in Islamist militancy which has left dead about 60 police and military personnel.o Nov. 27-Dec. 1: Some 300 people are hurt in clashes between police and protesters in Siliana, southwest of Tunis.2013o Feb. 6: Prominent opposition leader Chokri Belaid is shot dead, triggering deadly demonstrations and a political crisis that brings down Islamist Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali.o July 16: Suspected jihadis kill 15 soldiers in the Mount Chaambi region in the deadliest such attack in the army's history.
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