Sousse

An Islamist gunman opened fire at a hotel in the resort in Sousse.
The coroner at the inquest into deaths of 30 Britons in the Tunisia terror attack in June 2015 has condemned the “shambolic
Liam Moore also told her he loved her as she passed away.
The fiance of a woman killed in the Tunisia terror attack told her he loved her before trying to save her life, an inquest
Police across the United Kingdom have reacted with a mixture of sorrow, anger and a huge degree of foreboding to events in Dallas, Nice, Baton Rouge and Munich. As each of these tragedies unfolded and as word reaches them of further incidents such as those at Wurzburg, Ansbach and now Saint-Etienne-Du-Rouvray, they will be asking themselves: 'What if.'
The promises of the Arab Spring have proven hollow across most of the Middle East and North Africa, with one notable exception, Tunisia. This historically rich country has emerged as a democratic, pluralist, secular state, with a strong government and moderate social and religious attitudes.
Those criticising the FCO need to think about this first attack and maybe even change their discourse. Whilst I am sure Tunisia will find the coming year financially difficult, I am less sure that the help they need would ever arrive with its bags packed of suntan lotion, swimming costumes and flip flops.
The tenth anniversary of the 7/7 Al Qaeda bombings, in which 52 people were slaughtered in London, coincided last week with
A former British ambassador to Libya has said that the killing of 38 people in the Tunisian beach massacre is "not a good