Twenty-nine holiday-makers from Britain as well as tourists from Germany, Belgium, Portugal and Russia made up the thirty-eight people killed in an ISIS inspired terror attack at a popular beach resort in Sousse, Tunisia. The lone gunman,...Show More Summary
The Manchester pianist David Schofield was among the holidaymakers at Sousse when an Islamist gunman began his deadly assault on the resort. David writes: On Friday 26th June, I was in Tunisia staying at the Royal Kenz hotel with my girlfriend. We were sunbathing by the pool at our hotel (about 200 metres from the […]
Late last month, in conjunction with attacks at a beach resort in Tunisia and a 'lone wolf' attack in eastern France, a suicide bomber struck the Imam Al-Sadeq mosque in Kuwait City, killing 27 and injuring 222 people. In the days after the suicide attack, Government-sponsored billboards began appearing on the streets of Kuwait City. Show More Summary
Matthew James was at the Tunisia Beach resort with his fiancee Saera when Islamic State follower Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire on the beach-goers. The Tunisia Beach massacre left 38 dead and 39 wounded making it the worst attack on Britons since the 7/7 London bombing. Show More Summary
A single-engine monoplane carrying a banner has crashed into a crowded beach in the Carlsbad seaside resort city.
Tunisia's president declared a state of emergency on Saturday, nine days after 38 tourists were shot dead at a popular beach resort in the city of Sousse. The gunman was killed at the scene, but the so-called Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility for the massacre. Show More Summary
Tunisia declared a state of emergency Saturday, eight days after a gunman slaughtered dozens of foreign tourists at a Mediterranean beach resort.
The office of Tunisia's president, Beji Caid Essebsi, declared a state of emergency in the country on Saturday, eight days after a shocking attack on a beach and hotel in the resort town of Sousse that killed 38 people, most of them British tourists. Show More Summary
Tunisia's president declared a state of emergency Saturday, more than a week after a gunman at a resort killed 38 people.
One minute silence held in at Tunisia resort and in London to commemorate 38 tourists killed by gunman last week.
Tunisian authorities have detained eight suspects, including a woman, who are suspected of involvement in Friday's terrorist attack in the Tunisian beach resort of Sousse. Another four people who were also arrested have since been released, said Kamel Jendoubi, the government minister in charge of coordinating the response to the terror attack. Show More Summary
In separate attacks last week, ISIS terrorists killed 39 tourists at a beach resort in Tunisia, and close to 30 worshipers at a Shia Mosque in Kuwait. The onslaught came shortly after the group called on its militant Jihadi sympathizers...Show More Summary
About 12 people have been detained in the investigation into a massacre at a beach resort that killed 38 people, mostly British tourists, a Tunisian official said.
Officials say Saif Rezgui, shot dead after killing 38 in beach resort, was in Libya at same time as Bardo museum gunmen.
Video posted online by an anonymous resident of the Tunisian seaside resort town of Sousse, where 39 people died last week after a gunman opened fire at an area hotel, shows intense footage in the aftermath of the attack in which the gunman is chased along the shoreline. Show More Summary
A resort along Maui's Kaanapali Beach is offering savings starting at more than $150 a night for those who don't mind some noise and windows that overlook mounds of dirt.
At least 38 people were killed on June 26, 2015 in Tunisia after two gunmen opened fire at a resort beach near two hotels. One of the gunmen was killed as the scene, but police are still on the hunt for the second.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is offering U.S. assistance to the investigation into the attack in Tunisia that killed 38 people at a beach resort. The White House says Obama offered condolences and prayers, and the leaders said they were committed to working with other partners in Europe and the Middle East to counter violent extremism.
In the aftermath of last week's attack on a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia — a mass shooting that left 38 people, mainly tourists, dead — there has been one recurring glimmer of positivity: the bravery shown by hotel staff and others during the attack.Read full article >>
A plan to prevent another terrorist attack following Friday's deadly shooting of nearly 40 tourists at a popular beach resort took effect on Monday, the Director General of the National Office of Tunisian Tourism (ONTT) told Sputnik...