Tunisia identifies all 38 victims of beach massacre, 30 British
Tunisia identifies all 38 victims of beach massacre, 30 British

 All 38 victims of the Tunisian beach massacre near Sousse have been formally identified, among them 30 Britons, the health ministry said on Wednesday.

Bodies of eight British victims leave Tunisia: Embassy
Bodies of eight British victims leave Tunisia: Embassy

 The bodies of eight of the 26 Britons killed in last week`s jihadist attack on a Tunisian beach resort were set to be flown home Wednesday, a British embassy source said.

Tunisia begins new deployment to protect tourists: Ministry
Tunisia begins new deployment to protect tourists: Ministry

Tunisia began deploying armed police to protect foreign tourists on Wednesday after last week`s deadly jihadist attack on a beach resort, the interior ministry said.

Kuwait arrests two police officers in crackdown on militants: Media

 Kuwait has arrested two police officers as part of a security crackdown on Islamist militants launched after last week`s deadly bombing on a mosque claimed by Islamic State, newspapers reported on Wednesday.

Tunisia terror attack: 'Islamic State gunman laughed, took photos of bodies'
Tunisia terror attack: 'Islamic State gunman laughed, took photos of bodies'

More shocking details of the Tunisia terror attack have emerged with eyewitnesses Paul Short revealing that the Islamic State gunman “took photographs of the bodies and was laughing.”

Islamic State threatens to topple Hamas in Gaza
Islamic State threatens to topple Hamas in Gaza

Islamic State insurgents threatened on Tuesday to turn the Gaza Strip into another of their Middle East fiefdoms, accusing Hamas, the organisation that rules the Palestinian territory, of being insufficiently stringent about religious enforcement.

Tunisia says resort gunman was trained in Libya

The gunman who killed 38 tourists in Tunisia received weapons training from jihadists in Libya, a top official said Tuesday, as the president admitted security services were unprepared for the attack.

Tunisia beach attack: Gunman trained in Libya with museum attacker

One of Tunisia's top security officials says the gunman who killed 38 tourists, mostly Britons, in a beach attack was trained in neighboring Libya at the same time as the attackers who targeted the Bardo museum in March.

Attack wasn`t Tunisia`s fault, say tourists who stayed

 Despite many tourists taking the first flights home after a gunman`s killing spree at a popular Tunisian beach resort, others decided to stay, saying the massacre was not the country`s fault.

Tunisia sees Libya link to beach resort attacker: Source
Tunisia sees Libya link to beach resort attacker: Source

 The Tunisian gunman who attacked a resort hotel on Friday killing 39 people, mostly British holiday-makers, likely spent time in a training camp in Libya and had been in contact with militants over the border, a security source said on Tuesday.

Tunisia trial opens in murder of leftwing opponent

 The trial opened Tuesday of 24 people accused of links to the 2013 assassination of prominent Tunisian opposition figure Chokri Belaid, against the backdrop of last week`s jihadist beach massacre.

Tunisia admits was not prepared for beach attack
Tunisia admits was not prepared for beach attack

 Tunisia`s president has admitted security services were not prepared for last week`s jihadist beach massacre, as authorities warned the country is likely to lose more than half-a-billion dollars in tourism revenues.

Israel deports Tunisia ex-president after Gaza flotilla

Israel has deported Tunisian ex-president Moncef Marzouki and European parliament member Ana Miranda after they took part in a flotilla seeking to defy its Gaza blockade, an official said.

British toll in Tunisia attack to rise to `around 30`

The number of Britons killed in a gun massacre in Tunisia is expected to rise to "around 30", officials said on Monday, as a British military plane evacuated some of the injured.

European tourists cancelling Tunisia vacations after massacre

Thousands of European tourists are cancelling planned vacations to Tunisia in the wake of last week`s massacre at a beach resort by a gunman whose attack was claimed by the Islamic State group.

UK sends military plane to Tunisia to evacuate wounded
UK sends military plane to Tunisia to evacuate wounded

Britain dispatched a Boeing C17 military transport plane to Tunisia on Monday to evacuate tourists wounded in a gun massacre, as Prime Minister David Cameron vowed to mount a full investigation.

Tunisia terror attack: Have to counter ISIS' poisonous ideology, says David Cameron
Tunisia terror attack: Have to counter ISIS' poisonous ideology, says David Cameron

Voicing “shock and grief” over the massacre of over 30 Britons in Tunisia terror attack, British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday asserted that the UK will “not be cowed” by the terrorists and will deliver a “full-spectrum response” to the Islamic State.

Tunisia beach attacker: From rap fan to killer
Tunisia beach attacker: From rap fan to killer

On Wednesday, Saif Rezgui sat down with friends in his Tunisian hometown to chat about his favourite football team, girls and his breakdance skills over coffee and cigarettes.

Tunisia resort attack: Gunman got help from others
Tunisia resort attack: Gunman got help from others

The gunman, who killed 38 people at a beach resort near the Tunisian city of Sousse, received help from others in carrying out the attack, officials said.

UK PM David Cameron calls for terror fightback after Tunisia attack

British Prime Minister David Cameron called for a fightback against extremism on Monday in response to a mass shooting in Tunisia that killed at least 38 people including many British tourists.