The British government Thursday called on UK tourists to leave Tunisia warning of a "highly likely" terror attack after last month's beach massacre that left 30 Britons dead.
UK advises British tourists to leave Tunisia
A Union flag flies at half-staff on Buckingham Palace in London, to mark an official day of mourning one week since the deadly Tunisia beach attack that killed 38 people Friday, July 3, 2015. (AP)
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