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Strage in Tunisia, resort e alberghi blindati: il premier ordina la chiusura di 80 moschee

Intanto, ieri c'è stata anche una telefonata - prima dell'inizio del Consiglio dei ministri - tra il presidente del Consiglio Matteo Renzi e il presidente tunisino Beji Caid Essebsi, al quale il premier ha trasmesso il cordoglio di tutti gli italiani per il sanguinoso attentato di Sousse

TUNISI.L'esercito ha blindato resort, alberghi e luoghi turistici in Tunisia dopo la strage dei turisti in spiagga. Il premier, Habib Essid, ha annunciato di aver richiamato i riservisti per garantire la sicurezza, ma migliaia di turisti stanno comunque lasciando il Paese. Le nuove misure anti-terrorismo entreranno in vigore il primo luglio e prevedono lo schieramento di soldati riservisti nei «siti sensibili e nei luoghi che possono essere obiettivo di attacchi terroristici», ha annunciato il premier, dopo aver ordinato la chiusura di 80 moschee per incitamento all’estremismo islamico.

Si tratta di un «piano eccezionale per assicurare una maggiore sicurezza nei luoghi turistici e archeologici», ha aggiunto Essid. Il ministro degli Esteri Paolo Gentiloni ha sentito il collega tunisino, con il quale ha discusso di iniziative future anti-terrorismo, ma anche economiche: i danni al turismo del Paese dopo il secondo gravissimo attacco terroristico in pochi mesi saranno pesanti.

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epa04820185 A woman looks toward a glass door shattered by a bullet at Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820185 A woman looks toward a glass door shattered by a bullet at Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820184 Tourists comfort one another at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820184 Tourists comfort one another at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820161 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria. Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded. EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820161 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria.  Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded.  EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820162 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria. Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded. EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820162 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria.  Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded.  EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820053 People gather on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04820053 People gather on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04820001 A body lies on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04820001 A body lies on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819985 A body lies on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819985 A body lies on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819981 Medics help an injured man in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819981 Medics help an injured man in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819977 Bodies lie on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819977 Bodies lie on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819978 Members of the Tunisian security forces in an amroured vehicle patrol a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819978 Members of the Tunisian security forces in an amroured vehicle patrol a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819976 Members of the Tunisian security forces escort a man through a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819976 Members of the Tunisian security forces escort a man through a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04820208 Emergency vehicles are parked outside the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820208 Emergency vehicles are parked outside the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820205 Blood stains the steps leading to Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820205 Blood stains the steps leading to Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

E' arrivata in nottata sui social media la rivendicazione della strage di Sousse in Tunisia da parte dell'Isis. Gli jihadisti hanno diffuso un comunicato su Twitter dove dicono che "un soldato del califfato ha potuto raggiungere l'obiettivo". Il terrorista ha ucciso 40 persone che sono, secondo il comunicato dello Stato islamico, "per la maggior parte di stati dell'alleanza crociata che combatte lo stato del califfato".

 

Così, dopo la strage del Bardo, ancora la Tunisia nel mirino dei terroristi. Sono almeno 37 (ma i terroristi dicono40) le persone morti e 36 i feriti per l'attentato avvenuto in due alberghi a Susa, a 140 chilometri a sud di Tunisi. Lo riferisce il ministero della Salute tunisino. Tra le vittime cittadini inglesi, tedeschi, belgi. Ma ieri è stata una giornata terribile per il mondo intero con attacchi in tre diversi continenti: oltre alla Tunisia colpito anche il Kuwait e la Francia. Almeno 25 i morti nello stato del Medioriente, uno a Lione.

Intanto, ieri c'è stata anche una telefonata - prima dell'inizio del Consiglio dei ministri - tra il presidente del Consiglio Matteo Renzi e il presidente tunisino Beji Caid Essebsi, al quale il premier ha trasmesso il cordoglio di tutti gli italiani per il sanguinoso attentato di Sousse. È
quanto si apprende da fonti di Palazzo Chigi.

«Nessun Paese è a rischio zero. Abbiamo ulteriormente elevato il livello d'allerta, e il nostro comitato di analisi strategica antiterrorismo è riunito permanentemente». Lo ha detto il ministro dell'Interno, Angelino Alfano, in merito agli attentati in Francia, Tunisia e Kuwait.

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