segunda-feira, 30 de março de 2015

Thousands against terrorism on the streets of Tunis

The streets of the capital of Tunisia filled this Sunday with thousands of people, in a "March against terrorism" in the wake of the March 18 attack against the Bardo Museum in Tunis, who made more than two dozen dead, mostly tourists.

A March that featured several foreign leaders, including French President François Hollande, the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi or the President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmud Abbas.

Hollande noted that "everyone should fight against terrorism (...) who tried to strike a country such as Tunisia, which was the cradle of Arab spring ".

Renzi said, that "we can't leave the future in the hands of extremists."

Thousands march in #Tunis against terrorism after bloody attack on #BardoMuseum"via tasnimmh <a href="">#Bardo</a> <a href="">#Tunisie</a><p>â€" Rodrigo Barbosa (RodaLarga) March 29, 2015

If You Enjoyed This, Take 5 Seconds To Share It