Tunisians wave their national flag and chant slogans during a march against extremism outside Tunis' Bardo Museum on March 29, 2015. AFP/FETHI BELAID
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World leaders joined tens of thousands of Tunisians Sunday to march in solidarity against Islamist militants, a day after security forces killed members of a group blamed for a deadly museum attack.The March 18 attack on the Bardo National Museum in Tunis killed 21 foreign tourists and a policeman, shaking a country that has been praised as a peaceful democratic model since leading the first of the Arab Spring uprisings in 2011 .A red-and-white sea of Tunisian crescent-and-star flags filled a major boulevard in the capital where several world leaders, including French President Francois Hollande, came to rally under the slogan "Le Monde est Bardo" (The World is Bardo).
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