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it was previously fully booked but after the devastating Easter Sunday attacks every one of its guests cancelled , leaving some in Mali coloni owner of the seven room where he not beach hotel alone with her worries , yeah whatever problems we had in the past when knots problems this is a problem this is the biggest problem we have faced , and she's not the only one July because four point four billion dollar tourism industry is reeling from cancellations as travelers shun the island off to the multiple suicide bombings that killed more than two hundred and fifty people , the country's tourism bureau says cancellation rates at hotels across the country averaged seventy percent as of Saturday and that the industry is facing lost revenues of seven hundred and fifty million dollars this year Hannah that's prompted shrunken president might your policy %HESITATION saying that to tell tourists it's safe to visit home man thrust upon it a bit out of the gate it's a big blow to the economy as well as for the tourism industry without water and a lot of time okay it's important to restore tourism to where it was before the attacks for that tourists need security product we op Andrea there's a level of normality in the country tourists can come now and again the me the we will provide them with full security doxology show it on , as for long because tourism industry praise for turning of the tide