By Humphrey Carter

One of the two cruise ships that had carried passengers that were killed, injured or simply caught up in the terrorist attack in Tunisia returned to Puerto Palma yesterday.

Palma.—The Costa Fascinosa docked  in Palma at  5 a.m.  yesterday  while the MSC Splendida arrived in  Barcelona   three hours later.
Seventeen of the 20 foreigners killed in Wednesday’s attack at Tunis’ National Bardo Museum had been passengers on the ships.
A total of 23 people died in the shootings, including one police officer,  two gunmen and an elderly retired couple from Barcelona.
The bodies of the  Spaniards killed were  flown to Barcelona  from Tunisia last night while  scores of Majorcan families who had been in Tunis and were caught up in the terrorist attack tried to come to terms with how lucky they were to have returned home safely.
Ruben and Eva fromSon Ferrer in Calvia said that what saved them was that their two sons, aged five and nine , had had enough of visiting museums and did not want to go to the Bardo Museum.


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