CCTV footage showing the two men behind Wednesday's deadly gun attack on a museum in Tunisia walking through the popular tourist attraction before firing their weapons has emerged.
The security camera footage, released today, shows the men calmly walking through the National Bardo museum, carrying assault rifles and bags moments before the massacre began.
One of the attackers is seen walking past the cameras wearing a baseball cap and a heavy jacket, while the other is dressed in a red hoodie and tracksuit pants. Stills of the gunmen, lying on the ground after being shot by security forces, indicate that at least one was wearing an explosive belt.
Both gunmen shown in the video were killed in a firefight with security forces.
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Tunisia was an obvious target for Islamic militants but today's attack on the place where the Arab Spring began is particularly depressing.