#Tunisia

Graphic Images Show Devastation Of Tunisian Gunman In Action

The Huffington Post UK | Eve Hartley | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK

WARNING: GRAPHIC FOOTAGE Disturbing footage has been released showing the devastation caused by the Tunisian gunman - filmed while he was still car...

Suspects Allegedly Linked To Tunisia Gunman Arrested

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Sarah Ann Harris | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK

A group of suspects potentially linked to the gunman who shot dead 38 people in a Tunisian tourist resort have been arrested, the country’s interior...

Prime Minister Urges Brits Not To Abandon Tunisia Holidays, Though Farage Has Ditched Africa Trip

The Huffington Post UK | Graeme Demianyk | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK Politics

David Cameron has urged British people not to abandon holidays in Tunisia despite the terror attacks, saying the country should "not give up our way o...

From Sousse to South Carolina: Confronting the Cycle of Terror

Richard Reoch | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK
Richard Reoch

Gunmen and bombers left a swathe of death and injury in three terror attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait this weekend. They took the lives of at least 60 people and injured more than 200. As the news poured in, the funerals were taking place of those slain in another crime motivated by hatred and designed to sow terror - the nine people shot in the Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

Chilling Footage Reveals Armed Tunisian Gunman Sprinting Up Deserted Beach After Massacre

The Huffington Post UK | Eve Hartley | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK

Film has emerged of the shooter who massacred tourists on a Tunisian beach just moments after his fatal attack. The gunman can be seen with his as...

Tunisia Attack A 'Despicable Act Of Cruelty,' Says Theresa May

The Huffington Post UK | Ned Simons | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK Politics

Theresa May has described the terrorist attack in Tunisia in which at least 18 Britons are confirmed to have been killed as a "despicable act of cruel...

Terrorism Is All Around Us

Amy Ransom | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK Parents
Amy Ransom

So, when my children are old enough to hear the news and understand, what will I say? Will I tell them that some people kill to express their differences? Will I reassure them that these things happen far, far away from us? On battlegrounds?

'I Died Along With The Victims': Father Of Tunisian Gunman Tells Of Shame

The Huffington Post UK | Eve Hartley | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK

The father of the 23-year-old man who killed 38 people in the Tunisia tourist attack has spoken of his devastation and shame. Hakim Rezgui spoke a...

Labour Candidate Sparks Outrage By Taking Selfie At Scene Of Tunisian Beach Massacre

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK

A Labour general election candidate is under fire after he was pictured using a selfie stick at the scene of the beach massacre in Tunisia. Amran ...

The Waugh Zone June 29, 2015

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Waugh | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK Politics

The five things you need to know on Monday June 29, 2015... 1) ISIS MANAGEMENT As the flags fly at half mast over Downing Street...

Theresa May Heads To Tunisia To Plan Fight Against Extremism

The Huffington Post UK | Kathryn Snowdon | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK

Theresa May will travel to Tunisia today in the wake of the terrorist beach massacre that killed up to 30 Britons for talks on the threat of extremism...

British Death Toll In Tunisia Will Be 'At Least 30'

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 28.06.2015 | UK

Theresa May defended the Foreign Office on Sunday after it was heavily criticised for its handling of the aftermath of the Tunisian massacre. In the d...

Tunisians March Against Terrorism

The Huffington Post UK | Jack Sommers | Posted 28.06.2015 | UK

Tunisians have marched in Sousse in protest at the terrorist attack that killed 38 people, including 15 Britons. The crowd gathered late on Saturda...

Fifteen Britons Have Now Been Confirmed Dead In Tunisia Beach Shootings

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Steven Hopkins | Posted 27.06.2015 | UK

The number of Britons killed in the Tunisia terror attack continues to rise, with officials confirming that 15 are now among the 39 dead. Early Sat...

Five Britons Among 37 Killed in Tunisia, As Killer Pictured Stalking Streets

The Huffington Post UK | Steven Hopkins | Posted 26.06.2015 | UK

At least five Britons are among the 37 killed in Tunisia after a gunman dressed as a beachgoer opened fire, the Foreign Office has said. Foreign S...

37 Dead As Gunmen Attack Two Tunisian Holiday Hotels

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 26.06.2015 | UK

• 37 dead in terror attacks on two luxury Tunisian hotels • Six nationalities among the dead • Local radio claims majority of dead are Germa...

Shell, BG, and Keeping the Lights On in Africa

Johnny West | Posted 08.06.2015 | UK
Johnny West

What would be really interesting to know on the day Shell announced its $70 billion bid for the BG Group is: did the Tunisian government know when it woke up this morning that it will shortly have Shell as its new business partner in keeping the lights on in the country?

Tourists In Remarkable Tunisia Shooting Escape As Dead Briton Named

The Huffington Post UK/AP/PA | Jessica Elgot | Posted 19.03.2015 | UK

British woman Sally Adey was killed in the terror attack in Tunisia, according to Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, one of two Britons "caught up" in ...

At Least 8 Dead In Tunisia Museum Shooting

AP | Posted 18.03.2015 | UK

A tense security raid after a gun attack at a Tunisian museum has ended after officers killed two gunmen, the interior ministry said, but two or three...

Planet Appetite: South Tunisia - Film Locations for Star Wars, The English Patient and Life of Brian

Rupert Parker | Posted 09.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Rupert Parker

Star Wars Rebels: Path of the Jedi threatens to be one of the movie events of 2015, so a pilgrimage is long overdue to the South of Tunisia, where the earlier films were shot, along with The English Patient, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Life of Brian.

Why Europe Must Now Support Tunisia More Than Ever

Alyn Smith | Posted 25.01.2015 | UK Politics
Alyn Smith

We Europeans did nothing to help Tunisia achieve its revolution in January 2011. Yet, today, we can and must support the most successful of the Arab Spring countries - because we know that democracy can never be taken for granted.

Far-Right Activists Almost Drown Attempting To Prove How 'Easy' Illegal Immigration Is

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 08.04.2014 | UK

UPDATE: Doubts have now been cast about the veracity of the story, with the secretary of the Modena Lega Nord saying he had not heard of the men invol...

Three Reasons Why Tunisian Democratic Transition Works

Peter Lesniak | Posted 01.06.2014 | UK Politics
Peter Lesniak

After relatively short post-revolutionary transition period, Tunisian democracy is slowly standing up on its own feet.

Understanding Social Media in the Middle East

Damian Radcliffe | Posted 05.04.2014 | UK Tech
Damian Radcliffe

In my part of the world, the Middle East, Facebook is equally popular. In fact there are those who have argued that Facebook played a fundamental role in some of the political changes we have seen in the past couple of years.

Tunisia and Egypt: A Tale of Two People

Muhammad Abdul Bari | Posted 06.04.2014 | UK Politics
Muhammad Abdul Bari

All hopes from the Arab Spring seem to have evaporated. The so-called Spring has turned into a desert storm. In Egypt politics fell flat and the country resorted to a path of self-destruction within a year of starting a democratic journey. However, in Tunisia the national leadership hung on and refused to succumb to self-destruction...