Javier Camelo, 28, Sydney, Australia, Attack on Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia

Javier Camelo, 28, Sydney, Australia, Attack on Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia – March 18, 2015, Cruise Ship Terrorist Attack, Time of Death is unknown.

Time of Cruise Ship Death

Date: March 18, 2015
Cause: Terrorist Attack
Location: Bardo National Museum in Tunis, Tunisia
From: Sydney, Australia
Passenger: Javier Camelo, 28
Javier Camelo, 28, an Australian-Colombian dual national from the Sydney, Australia, which is a community of Waterloo, Australia graduated from university last week and worked at American Express in Sydney. Camelo had been on a Mediterranean cruise with his family.

His mother Miriam Martinez Camelo was also killed. His father, retired Colombian Army general José Arturo Camelo and brotherwere also on the MSC Splendida.cruise and survived.

On Wednesday March 18, 2015 two cruise ships, MSC Splendida and Costa Fascinosa were in port at Tunis, Tunisia on a cruise ship excursion to the Bardo National Museum, when a group of terrorists opened fire on the group who were exiting their tour buses, killing or wounding more than 50 cruise ship passengers.

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