A British coroner says the Tunisian police response to a deadly gun attack on the beach resort of Sousse was “at best shambolic, at worst ...
Tunisian authorities dismantled a cell linked to ISIS that was planning attacks against sites in the coastal town of Sousse
More than 3,000 Tunisians have travelled to fight for Islamist militant groups in Syria, Iraq and neighbouring Libya
A security source said two Islamist militants riding a motorbike shot dead a Tunisian police officer in a beach resort
The economy had expanded 1.7 percent in the previous quarter compared to the same period a year earlier
The attackers sped away and a search is now underway
British officers had so far taken 459 witness statements and were examining more than 370 photo and video files from mobile phone
The law was adopted after three days of debate by 174 members of parliament with ten abstentions and no votes against
Tunisia’s grand mufti is expected to announce on state television that Eid will begin either after sunset on Thursday or on the following day
Tunisia’s budding democracy - the only one to emerge from the Arab Spring uprisings - is now facing its toughest test
Tunisians have reacted angrilly to Britain's decision to evacuate all its nationals from the North African nation
Three more Libyan-trained Tunisian militants succeeded in bringing bloodshed to Sousse and the capital Tunis
Eight days after the June 26 gun attack, President Beji Caid Essebsi on Saturday decreed a state of emergency for 30 days.
The 30 British victims of last week’s Tunisian beach attack are to receive a permanent memorial funded by fines on banks
The move is following last week's beach massacre in which 38 tourists died
In an apparent skit based on the recurring opening sequence of the popular James Bond movie franchise,
People around Britain paused to honor the victims of an Islamic extremist's rampage at a Tunisian beach resort
Wimbledon’s spectators and players will hold a moment of silence on Friday in memory of the Tunisia attack’s victims
The Tunisian government says arrested 12 suspects tied to hotel attack, hunting for two militants who trained in Libya with Sousse, Bardo museum attackers
Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid said he believes the gunman, Seifeddine Rezgui, was “mainly radicalised online”
The North African country earned $1.95 billion in revenues from tourism last year
Almost 200 lawyers, as well as police in plainclothes and journalists, attended the hearing, as dozens of people protested outside
Tunisian stock prices fell moderately in thin trade early on Monday as the market reopened after Friday's attack on a holiday resort which killed 39 ...
Speaking to reporters from the Riu Imperial Marhaba hotel that the lone shooter had targeted, May vowed to fight back against extremists
This, in turn, will hit Tunisia’s foreign exchange reserves and could lead to a weakening of its currency
Britons planning to travel to Tunisia are being warned of a heightened risk of terror attacks
Interior Minister said that officials were still verifying whether the attacker had been trained in neighbouring Libya
‘All I did was my duty. The duty of any Tunisian and any Muslim,’ Munsaf Mayyel told the UK’s Channel 4 News
Britain says ISIS may launch further attacks on tourist resorts in Tunisia after a gunman killed 39 people, including at least 15 Britons
Tourists and employees are returning home with tales of horror cowering in rooms or offices
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