A hardline Islamist stabbed two Tunisian policemen on Wednesday in front of parliament, gravely wounding one of them, the interior ministry said. ...
Earlier on Wednesday, Tunisia's Interior Ministry said 10 kilograms of military explosives were used in the attack
The British Foreign Office urged UK tourists to leave Tunisia warning of terror risk
The 30 British victims of last week’s Tunisian beach attack are to receive a permanent memorial funded by fines on banks
Millions of people across Britain held a minute's silence to pay tribute to 30 Britons killed a week ago
Wimbledon’s spectators and players will hold a moment of silence on Friday in memory of the Tunisia attack’s victims
Of the remaining victims, three were from Ireland, two from Germany and one each from Belgium, Portugal and Russia
ISIS and its ilk are actually contributing to the electoral gains and increasing memberships of extremist groups in the West
The North African country earned $1.95 billion in revenues from tourism last year
Police say they have launched one of their largest counter-terrorism operations in a decade after the murders in Tunisia
Witnesses said the gunman who mowed town tourists at a Tunisian beach smiled as he pulled the trigger
In a statement released on Twitter, the jihadists said the gunman was identified as Abu Yahya al-Qayrawani
The White House in a statement on Thursday condemned the three 'terrorist' attacks, calling them 'heinous'
The mayor of Vallmoll says the Tunisian attack he saw was motivated by hatred and a desire to cause the maximum damage possible
No militant group has yet claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s attack on the national museum that left 17 tourists dead
The ISIS group claimed the attacks that killed 20 foreign tourists
In response, the Tunisian president vowed ‘no mercy’ in the north African country’s ‘war on terrorism’
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday condemned what he called the 'deplorable' attack
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