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Third Tunisia museum gunman 'on the run'

Tunisia's president has confirmed reports that there was a third gunman involved in the museum attack that killed 20 foreign tourists, including Briton Sally Adey, and three Tunisians last week.

President Beji Caid Essebsi said that the third attacker was on the run but insisted he "won't get far".

CCTV footage of the attack showed two gunman at the National Bardo museum who were killed during the battle with security forces but Essebsi said another suspect had also been caught on camera.

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Presidency: Four people arrested after Tunis attack

Four people have been arrested by Tunisian forces in connection with the terror attack at the Bardo museum in the capital which killed 21 people, according to the President's office.

Tunisia's army is also being deployed to major cities to "increase security".

"After a meeting with the armed forces, the president has decided large cities will be secured by the army," the Presidency said in a statement.

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