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Tunisian medics carry a woman on a stretcher in the resort town of Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 kilometers (90 miles) south of the Tunisian capital, on June 26, 2015, following an attack which killed 38 tourists. (AFP/Mohamed Fliss)
July 05, 2015 - 10:00 GMT
A female student, who was thought to be romantically involved with the Sousse beach killer, has been arrested by police for suspected links the massacre.
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essibsi declared on Saturday a state of emergency one week after 38 foreign tourists were killed at a beach resort in the country's worst-ever terror attack. (AFP/File)
July 04, 2015 - 15:41 GMT
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essibsi declared on Saturday a state of emergency one week after 38 foreign tourists were killed at a beach resort in the country's worst-ever terror attack.
Pentagon officials said the militant, Tarik bin Tahar al-Awni al-Harzi, had been transporting and supplying weapons for Daesh, as well has helping fighters enter Syria from Turkey.  He was killed June 16 near Syria's border with Iraq.  (AFP/File)
July 03, 2015 - 06:46 GMT
Pentagon officials said the militant, Tarik bin Tahar al-Awni al-Harzi, had been transporting and supplying weapons for Daesh, as well has helping fighters enter Syria from Turkey.
Muslims working at the hotel formed a human shield to protect tourists. (Sky News)
July 02, 2015 - 17:02 GMT
Muslims working at the hotel formed a human shield to protect tourists.
Tunisian police forces stand guard in Tunis. (AFP/File)
July 02, 2015 - 13:00 GMT
The search continues to find those responsible for the Sousse beach attacks which left 38 tourists dead.
A masked Tunisian soldier stands guard on the beach at the Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Port el Kantaoui, on the outskirts of Sousse south of the capital Tunis, on June 29, 2015 where a deadly attack took place the previous week. (AFP/Kenzo Tribouillard)
July 02, 2015 - 07:29 GMT
Social media and internet forums have revealed Tunisia's radical jihadis' summer to-do list of terrorist attacks. Targets included alcohol stores, bars, the country’s main airport, the tourist resort island of Djerba and the security forces.
This Friday’s play at Wimbledon will be delayed as part of the minute’s silence in memory of those who died in Sousse. (Facebook/Malek Jaziri)
July 02, 2015 - 06:13 GMT
The Tunisian World No. 83 conceded his Wimbledon run with a plea for tourists not to desert Tunisia in their time of need.
A photo shows a bullet hole on a window in the Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Port el Kantaoui, on the outskirts of Sousse south of the capital Tunis, on June 29, 2015, where a deadly attack took place the previous week. (AFP/Kenzo Tribouillard)
July 01, 2015 - 11:10 GMT
A troubling week of attacks across the Middle East and France show terrorism is spreading like wild fire.
Tourists take part in a gathering in solidarity with Tunisia's tourism industry, on June 29, 2015 on the island of Djerba, following a deadly gun attack at a holiday resort near Sousse. Tunisia said it had made its first arrests after a beach massacre on June 26 that killed 38 people. (AFP/Fethi Nasri)
July 01, 2015 - 06:00 GMT
Secretary of state for security Rafik Chelli told media that gunman Seifeddine Rezgui was in Libya at the same time as the two men who orchestrated the March 2014 attacks on Tunisia's National Bardo Museum.
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June 30, 2015 - 16:35 GMT
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International tourists in Sousse gather around a memorial for the slain. (AFP/Fethi Nasri)
June 30, 2015 - 11:18 GMT
The massacre of foreign tourists in Sousse was a calculated attempt to destroy the biggest revenue earner and source of employment in Tunisia.