Seven jihadists have Saturday, received life imprisonment in Tunisia for their involvement in the execution or planning of a gunfire against the bathers in the city of Sousse and a bombing raid on a museum in the capital city of Tunis, which together cost the lives of 60 people.
It writes the AFP news agency.
the Tunisian authorities believe that the two attacks, which hit with a few months apart, are closely related and have therefore held the trials at the same time.
the Terrorists opened fire against the defenseless tourists, when they arrived at the Bardo museum in Tunisia's capital. Photo: AP
Others accused in the case received sentences of between six and 16 years in prison, says statsanklagerens spokesman Sofiene Sliti.
18. march 2015, was 22 people killed when gunmen attack Tunisia's national museum in the capital Tunis.
Two months later lost 38 persons lost their lives when an armed man opened fire on the bathers at a beach hotel in Sousse 26. June.
In both attacks were the victims, mostly foreign tourists.
War & disasters - 19. mar. 2015. 16:38 Islamic State takes responsibility for the was followed the attack in Tunisia