Gunman, 7 Other Soldiers Killed in Tunis Barracks Shooting

Police officers rush toward the scene of a shooting at the Bouchoucha barrack in Tunis, Tunisia, Monday May 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Ali Dali)
Police officers rush toward the scene of a shooting at the Bouchoucha barrack in Tunis, Tunisia, Monday May 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Ali Dali)

TUNIS, Tunisia—A Tunisian soldier opened fire on fellow troops at a military barracks in the capital Monday, killing seven people before he was himself killed,...

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