UPDATE: According to CNN, the terror group, Isis, has accepted responsibilty for the acts in Tunisia. 9 men are suspected shooters.
A deadly assault shook the country of Tunisia yesterday after hostiles stormed a museum with a barrage of gunshots, taking 22 lives. Most of the victims were tourists to the nation from various sectors of the world. The museum is parallel to the Parliament edifice.
First reports flashed on television screens and over radio waves detailing a hostage situation by three men utilizing a military façade. The terrorists presumably knew tourism was very prevalent with the museum. Tourists from Poland, France, Columbia, Japan, Australia, and Spain are among those dead from gunshot wounds. There has been no word on the individuals responsible for the attacks.