Tunisian police officers guard the entrance of the Bardo Museum in Tunis, in this March 19, 2015 photo. REUTERS/Anis Mili
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A Moroccan man supplied arms for a March attack on Tunisia's Bardo Museum and then boarded a migrant boat for Italy, where he is now held, a Tunisian government official said on Friday.Tunisian authorities have not yet formally notified Italian prosecutors, who arrested 22-year-old Abdelmajid Touil on an international warrant earlier this week, what he was suspected of doing or when. Touil denies any involvement in the attack by Islamist militants.That left Italian investigators in the dark about the supposed timeline of the Moroccan's involvement in the March assault, and local media questioned whether Touil could have participated if he was in Italy at the time.
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