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March 18, 2015. Tunisians holding candles pray at the entrance gate of the National Bardo Museum, where 19 people -- mostly foreigners -- were killed in a terrorist attack for which the Islamic State claimed responsibility. (©AP Photo/ Michel Euler, 2015). This photo is licensed, do not download or use.
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