PARIS – Officials, families and press reports have named some of the 18 foreign tourists killed in the Tunis museum attack. Here is a partial list of the victims who have been identified so far.
Javier Camelo, 28. Camelo worked for American Express in Sydney, his employer said in a statement. He had recently finished an MBA degree and travelled to Tunisia with his parents and a brother to celebrate his graduation, according to press reports in Colombia, where Camelo was born. Camelo's mother was also killed in the attack. The family arrived on the cruise ship MSC Splendida.
Sally Jane Adey, 57. Adey was also a passenger of the cruise ship MSC Splendida. She "was a much-loved daughter, wife and mother," family friend Julia Holden said in a statement. According to Adey's profile on website Beemee, she was a lawyer with children in university. She listed her interests as "family, cooking, flowers, history, watching sport with my husband — golf, rugby, cricket, motor racing and weekends away with friends."
Miriam Martinez, the mother of Javier Camelo.
Jean-Claude Tissier, 72. Tissier was a retired former local council member in the southern French town of Aussillon, the town hall confirmed. His companion Nadine Flament is among those still unaccounted for, according to the town hall.
Francesco Caldara, 64. Caldara was from Novara in northern Italy, state-owned broadcaster RAI reported. Caldara's companion Sonia Reddi was wounded in the attack, according to RAI.
Orazio Conte. The Turin resident was killed and his wife Carolina Bottari is hospitalized, their son, Marco Conte, told RAI.
Machiyo Narusawa, 66, was from Tokyo. She had come to Tunisia on a cruise with a companion, whose identity wasn't released, according to Japanese news agency Kyodo.
Chiemi Miyazaki, 49, and Haruka Miyazaki, 22. The mother and daughter from Saitama near Tokyo had also come to Tunisia on a cruise, according to Kyodo.
Antonio Cirera Perez, 75, and Dolors Sanchez Rami, 73. The husband and wife from Barcelona were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with a cruise offered to them by their family, the Spanish government said.
Associated press reporters around the world contributed to this article.