THE LATEST TUNISIA NEWS FROM MAILONLINE
Doomed by their last bid to reach Europe: Migrants sink their own boat after crashing it into the side of a Tunisian fishing trawler they mistook for the coast guard
GRAPHIC CONTENT - A shocking video has emerged of a dinghy packed with migrants sinking in the Mediterranean after they mistook a Tunisian trawler for a coastguard ship.
Two Tunisians: One, a craven killer hellbent on destroying life 'for Allah'. The other, an innocent four-year-old boy slaughtered alongside his mother in Bastille Day horror
Tahar Mejri had desperately scoured Nice for his son Kylian (pictured) after the body of his wife Olfa Ben Souayah Khalfallah was found on the Promenade des Anglais in the wake of the massacre.
Family of Bastille Day killer reveal he suffered a nervous breakdown and saw psychologists 'for years' before leaving Tunisia for France
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, had received medical treatment for mental health issues for 'several years' before leaving Tunisia for France in 2005, his family said.
Families of British tourists killed in Tunisian beach massacre claim TUI 'ignored terror warnings and put victims at risk through unfair practices'
Hanover-based TUI, whose brands include Thomson, has been accused of failing to warn its customers of the security threat and offering steep discounts despite being aware of concerns.
Britons are currently warned against all but essential travel to Tunisia, guidance that has been in place since 31 British holidaymakers were killed in two terror attacks in 2015.
Prince Harry joins David Cameron for a memorial service at Westminster Abbey remembering the 30 British victims of the Tunisian beach terror attack
Harry laid a wreath at the Innocent Victims Memorial at Westminster Abbey in Central London on behalf of the Queen as he joined survivors and families affected by the two atrocities in 2015.
ISIS militant who plotted Tunisia beach massacre in which 30 Britons died is 'killed' in US air strike on Libyan training camp
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - The bombing raids are thought to have killed 40 people including jihadi Noureddine Chouchane who was wanted over two terror attacks in Tunisia last year.
Nervous holidaymakers choose Spain as summer bookings to Turkey fall by 40% after a suicide bombing left 10 tourists dead
Turkey is usually a popular summer destination thanks to its history and idyllic Mediterranean resorts, but TUI Group, which owns Thomson and First Choice, says tourists are opting for staying away.
'Death everywhere and extremism blooming... I blame myself': Tunisian council worker who 'sparked Arab Spring' uprising wishes she never made the 'arrest' that led to death, destruction and terror
When council inspector Faida Hamdi confiscated a vegetable stall five years ago, she had no idea that it would lead to the world changing Arab Spring protests that toppled governments.
'A Palestinian state will help fight terrorism,' say Nobel winners: Tunisian quartet call for the elimination of all 'hot spots all over the world' as they receive Peace Prize
A Tunisian pro-democracy group accepted the Nobel Peace Prize and called for the fight against terrorism and helping Palestinians to achieve self-determination as global priorities.
'The most tragic events in 30 years': Tunisia and Sharm el-Sheikh are now 'ghost towns' as world's biggest tour operator reveals devastating impact terror attacks have had on business
The travel giant took a £37.6 million hit from the Tunisia attack in June and changed its recommendations for the year ahead after cancelling all flights to Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
A film set from a galaxy far, far away: Haunting images show abandoned Star Wars props deep in the Tunisian desert
These surreal photographs are instantly familiar to any fan of Star Wars - they show the landscape of Tatooine, where Luke Skywalker grew up in the sci-fi blockbuster.
British couple who survived Tunisian beach massacre cancel their wedding after trauma of atrocity tears their relationship apart
Kirsty Murray and Radley Ruszkiewicz, from Braintree, in Essex, were in the pool when fanatic Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire - sending them running for their lives.
At least 12 people are dead after an explosion tore through a bus full of Tunisian presidential guards today in a suspected suicide bomb attack on the country's capital.
Is this Britain's luckiest couple? Holidaymakers avoid getting caught up in Tunisian massacre AND Sharm bomb thanks to flight delays
Lewis Gaskin and Jemma Goddard, from Aldershot in Hampshire, booked holidays which coincided with both disasters - as well as the Greek banking crisis.
Thomas Cook set for slide after year of problems as Tunisia's terror attack and Greek crisis weigh on business
Belaguered travel firm Thomas Cook is expected to reveal a fall in turnover and profits when it announces its full-year figures on Wednesday.
Traumatised couple who ran for their lives in the Tunisian terrorist attack reveal how they have become prisoners in their own home after surviving the beach massacre
Zoe and Paul Thompson from Ilkeston, Derbyshire were on holiday at the Imperial Marhaba resort in Sousse with their teenage daughter Millie when ISIS fanatic Saif Rezgui opened fire.
British terror attack survivor returns to the Tunisian beach where gunman slaughtered 38 holidaymakers to confront his demons... and thank the locals who saved him
Tony and Christine Callaghan were among dozens of tourists who were forced to run for their lives when an ISIS gunman stormed a popular resort near Sousse, Tunisia, in June.
Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet for its role in building democracy after the Jasmine Revolution in 2011
Announcing the awarded in Oslo, Norway, the Nobel panel praised the group for establishing an 'alternative, peaceful political process at a time when the country was on the brink of civil war.'
Revealed: One million fewer tourists visiting Tunisia following Islamic attacks with Britons still warned of 'high terror threat'
Tunisia, which relied on tourism for about seven per cent of its GDP, is under a state of emergency. Thirty-eight people were killed by a gunman at a hotel in Sousse.
Couple reveal the horror for being caught in the Tunisia terror attack as it is revealed survivors are planning to sue holiday firms for compensation
Britain Kirsty Murray, 26, thought she was going to die after being blasted five times in the leg by gunman Seifeddine Rezgui, who killed 38 tourists when he opened fire in Sousse, Tunisia.
Tunisian authorities warn extremists are plotting car bomb attacks in capital three months after beach shooting killed 38
Tunisian authorities have warned of possible car bombings in the capital Tunis and banned traffic in parts of the city after receiving intelligence reports about potential attacks.
Tunisia beach hero who used his body as a human shield to save his girlfriend during terror attack stays in the UK for his summer holiday
Matthew James, 30, is still recovering from his wounds after being shot in the Tunisian terror attack but took his family on a Welsh holiday, making it the first time he's visited a beach since the attack.
'We're stuck in a nightmare': Four children of woman killed in gun massacre on Tunisian beach say they will never be able to accept her death
Trudy Jones, a 51-year-old from South Wales, was brutally gunned down in the June terrorist attack in the Tunisian resort of Sousse. Her children spoke publicly for the first time since her tragic death.
Tunisian policeman is shot dead by gunmen on a motorbike in coastal resort of Sousse where 30 Britons died in terror attack
Two men on a powerful motorbike opened fire on three police officers, killing one of them, on the outskirts of the resort of Sousse, pictured, where 38 tourists were gunned down on a beach in June.
Of the people killed in a Tunisian beach massacre, 33 were on TUI holidays. The company said that supporting families of victims remained its number one priority at the moment.
Marc Albrighton dedicates star turn for Leicester to girlfriend's parents tragically killed in Tunisia terrorist attack
Marc Albrighton has paid tribute to the mother of his girlfriend, who lost her life in the Tunisian terrorist attack in June, after producing a magnificent personal display in the win over Sunderland.
Tunisia hotel to SACK brave workers who made human chain to protect tourists from beach gunman after UK bans travel to the country
Thirty eight people were gunned down in Tunisia by Seifeddine Rezgui but the death toll from his rampage could have been far higher were it not for employees at the Bellevue Park hotel in Sousse.
Tunisia beach massacre that killed 30 Britons was linked to March terror attack on museum, says Scotland Yard
The slaughter of 30 British tourists on a Tunisian beach is being 'strongly' linked to an earlier terror attack in the country which killed 22 people, Scotland Yard said today.
Thomas Cook tells holidaymakers they WON'T get a refund for their Tunisian holidays… even though it's stopped selling them because it's too dangerous
A Dundee man has demanded answers from Thomas Cook after the company refused to refund his holiday to Tunisia on November 1 despite cancelling sales for the very same trips.
‘Out of the corner of my eye I saw a guy with a gun’: Two young British holidaymakers relive the horror of being caught up in the Tunisian terrorist attack
This is what British holidaymaker Ellie Makin witnessed seconds before the beach massacre in Tunisia that shocked the world. She and her best friend Debbie Horsfall on how they escaped.
Was Tunisian beach killer known to the authorities? Neighbour says murderer's home was raided 18 months before attack
The home of Seifeddine Rezgui, who opened fire on tourists on a beach in Sousse, Tunisia, was raided just 18 months before the attack, according to a neighbour who witnessed the sting.
Thomas Cook issues profit warning after earnings are hit by terror attack in Tunisia, Greek debt crisis and weaker euro
The company has cancelled all trips to Tunisia until October after a gunman killed 38 holidaymakers. It evacuated more than 15,000 people on 60 flights.
Terror attack in Tunisia, Greek debt crisis and weaker euro combine to whack earnings at travel giant Thomas Cook
The Tunisia attack, which last month claimed the lives of 38 holidaymakers is expected to have a £20million impact on the company's full-year results with a further effect possible next year.
Wish you weren’t here! British tourists pack out Benidorm beaches as record numbers head for Spain in wake of Tunisia terror attacks
Thousands are flocking to the seaside resort of Benidorm, on Spain's east coast, as families seek value-for-money holidays after the mass shooting in Tunisia in June.
Brits could get the green light to return to Tunisia 'within weeks', Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond reveals
Travel advice may change in time for the winter season if security measures are improved and there is progress in exposing the terrorists behind last month’s beach massacre.
Iranian asylum seeker stole floral tributes to Tunisia terrorist attack victims to 'brighten up his room'
Homeless Shayan Moradisohi took flowers addressed to John and Janet Stocker from under a police cordon outside Fulham Coroner's Court. The couple died during the Sousse beach attack
What crisis? Greek tourism up 2% from last year (with many of the 300,000 tourists due to travel to Tunisia heading there instead)
UK travel association ABTA report that holiday bookings to Greece are in fact up by two per cent from last year.
Arsenal legends Thierry Henry and Robert Pires shown how to execute perfect penalty routine by Tunisian outfit Etoile Sportive
It’s almost a decade since former Arsenal duo Thierry Henry and Robert Pires tried to pull off an audacious penalty against Manchester City - only to end up looking absolutely ridiculous.
Devastated mother and son who lost three members of their family in Tunisia massacre share heartbreaking final picture of their loved ones as they pay their last respects
Hundreds of mourners saw Joel Richards, 19, his uncle, 49-year-old Adrian Evans, and his grandfather, Charles Patrick Evans, 78, laid to rest together in West Bromwich.
Great-grandmother killed in Tunisia beach massacre alongside her partner had a ‘heart of gold’, say family as they say goodbye at funeral
Eileen Swannack, 73, from Biddestone in Wiltshire, and her 74-year-old partner John Welch, had gone on holiday to Sousse for the fifth time because they 'loved the resort and sunshine.'
Seaside town comes to a standstill as former footballer and his wife who both died in the Tunisia massacre are laid to rest
Mourners at Fairhaven United Reformed Church in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, remembered former Birmingham City player Denis Thwaites, 70, and his 69-year-old wife Elaine.
'She was a woman of style with a heart of gold': Mourners attend funeral of grandmother-of-four killed in Tunisia terror attack
Mary Lisa Burbidge (pictured), 66, was among 38 people killed by a gunman in Sousse on Friday June 26. When she came home, her funeral brought her home town of Whickham to a standstill.
Customers booked to travel to the terror hit country are being allowed to switch to other destinations, but only if they pay as much as £1,000 more to fly to the likes of Greece instead.
A family's 'rock' and the 'best parents in the world': 3 more British victims of Tunisia beach massacre are laid to rest
Friends and family of Billy and Lisa Graham, from Bankfoot near Perth, heard they were 'senselessly and unjustifiably murdered'.
Tunisia's hotel workers say they will now have to cross the Mediterranean alongside other migrants after British tourists scrapped holidays in the region
People in Tunisia have told the Daily Mail they will have to consider making the 150km journey to Italy to find work after the mass exodus of British tourists left the hotels empty.
Tunisia's tourism industry plunges into crisis amid European travel warnings with up to two million hotel nights set to be lost over the next year
The blood on the sand has washed away, but the damage inflicted on Tunisia by a few terrifying minutes of gunfire at a beach resort will be deep and lasting.
Second Tunisia terror attack foiled: Five ISIS extremists are shot dead in Islamic stronghold as thousands of British tourists are evacuated
Five Islamic extremists on the verge of carrying out another terrorist attack on holidaymakers in Tunisia were yesterday shot dead as thousands of tourists were flown home.
Tunisian beach killer who slaughtered 30 British tourists and Jihadi John 'trained at the SAME ISIS terror camp in Libya'
Seifeddine Rezgui, 23, who slaughtered 38 people at a beach resort in Sousse, Tunisia, last month, trained at an ISIS camp in Sabratha, Libya, alongside Jihadi John.
Viva Espana! Thousands of British families turn to Spain for their holidays to avoid turmoil in Tunisia and Greece
Some 300,000 Britons who had been planning to visit Tunisia have been left to look for alternatives, after the Government advised against travelling there following the recent terror attack.
The proof terror gang drove Tunisian gunman to massacre beach: CCTV footage shows killer arriving in van minutes before he shot 30 Brits – as it emerges his 'lover' is among those held and 62 others are still on run
The Mail on Sunday can reveal dramatic CCTV footage captured gunman Seifeddine Rezgui arriving in a white van – 300 yards from the scene of the horrific massacre in Sousse, Tunisia.
Mass evacuation of British tourists from Tunisia continues with hundreds flying home today after Foreign Office warned second ISIS terror attack was highly likely
At least three flights from Tunisia will arrive back in Britain later this afternoon with 10 more leaving tomorrow as 3,000 holidaymakers are evacuated.
'We feel safer in Tunisia than at home,' Britons tell Cameron: Anger of tourists returning to UK from Tunisia after being told to leave the country by the Foreign Office
The Foreign Office yesterday called for Britons to leave the country where 38 tourists were shot dead two weeks ago, saying another ISIS attack is now 'highly likely'.
More than 400 people today turned out for the funeral of Jim and Ann McQuire, from Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, who were killed in last month's terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Holiday firms begin mass airlift of British tourists out of Tunisia after Foreign Office warns tourists to leave immediately before a second ISIS attack
The Government last night released a statement claiming the Tunisian government had not done enough to protect British tourists and urged families still in the country to leave
'There was blood and bodies everywhere': Personal trainer who was staying at Tunisia terror hotel raises £13k for 'heroic' staff members who saved Brit lives
Nathan Priestley was holidaying with his mother when the beach massacre happened. The 21-year-old, from Norwich, spearheaded a fundraising campaign for staff at the two hotels.
Tunisia announces 100-mile wall will be built along its border with Libya in response to terror attack which claimed 38 lives
Tunisia Prime Minister Habib Essid said the barrier would stretch inland from the Mediterranean coast which has become a new breeding ground for the Islamic State and other terror groups.
EXCLUSIVE: 'LOL!' UK schoolgirl jihadi's sick reaction to the Tunisian beach massacre in a series of extraordinary messages with undercover MoS reporter
Jihadi schoolgirl Amira Abase (pictured), 16, wrote that she was laughing out loud – ‘Lol’ in text language – as Britain mourned the 30 citizens murdered on the beach in Sousse, Tunisia.
The provocative images of 7/7 bombings and 9/11 it's hoped will prevent a Tunisia tourism boycott in wake of terror attack
The controversial campaign, sparked from the attack in Sousse last month which saw an Islamist gunman kill 39 people including tourists, has received both praise and criticism.
Tunisia's president admits the country is 'not safe' and is at risk of 'collapse' as it begins a 30-day state of emergency following beach massacre
Declaring the urgent reinstatement of 30 days of security measures that were lifted in March last year, Beji Caid Essebsi said terrorists pose an existential threat to the North African nation.
Living here on £50,000 benefits, the hate preacher who inspired Tunisian beach killer: Cleric lives in five-bedroom home with wife and five children after thwarting deportation attempts for 15 years
Hani al-Sibai – who described the 7/7 attacks as a ‘great victory’ – is one of the ‘key influencers’ of the Islamic fanatics believed to have recruited and trained gunman Seifeddine Rezgui.
'These were innocent holidaymakers, relaxing and enjoying time with their family and friends': David Cameron warns that many Tunisian beach victims were Britons
The Prime Minister warned that the public need to be prepared for 'many of those killed' in the 'savage' Tunisian shooting being Britons, speaking after a plot to bomb a march in London today was foiled.
David Cameron announces memorial for 30 UK victims of Tunisian massacre as it emerges beach had been targeted BEFORE
As tourists continue to visit flowers left on the beach in Sousse, Tunisia where 38 people were killed, the Prime Minister revealed there will be a permanent memorial to the Britons killed in the UK.
Eyewitness describes SECOND gunman who he says killed at least one tourist in the Tunisian beach massacre
Glaswegian father Jim Stevenson has given a detailed description of a man he said he watched shoot a woman in the Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse during the terror attack that left 38 dead.
Was there a second gunman in ‘red shorts’ on massacre beach? Three British survivors insist there was another shooter in Tunisia rampage as police announce several arrests
Kirsty Murray, 25, was wounded by a man with a handgun she believes was not Seifeddine Rezgui, while Steve Johnson is just as convinced he saw a second shooter 'in red shorts'.
'My son is a victim like all the others': Mother of Tunisian beach gunman says killer must have been brainwashed before murdering 38 holidaymakers
Radhia Manai, 49, claims her son Seifeddine Rezgui (pictured) 'couldn't kill a mouse' in an interview following the massacre in Tunisia on June 26.
Heroism of the human shield: Shot three times as he protected his fiancee, telling her to say his goodbyes to their children, then crawling for his life... for the first time, the incredible tale of the beach massacre hero
In an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday from his hospital bed, Matthew James, whose courage made headlines around the world, reveals his astonishing story for the first time today.
Tunisia's president has declared a state of emergency after the terror attack on a holiday resort. Meanwhile the final five bodies of Britons killed in the beach massacre have landed back in the UK.
Police arrest 'girlfriend' of ISIS gunman who slaughtered 38 people on Tunisian beach over fears she helped plan the attack
Tunisian police have arrested the 'girlfriend' of Seifeddine Rezgui - the ISIS gunman who slaughtered 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia - over fears she helped plan the heinous attack.
EXCLUSIVE: Shocking moment an Egyptian hotel entertainer holds a fake gun to the heads of British tourists in ‘joke’ just ONE DAY after Tunisian beach massacre
Pictures show a worker at a hotel in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, dressed up in a tuxedo and running down the beach with an imitation revolver and pointing it at tourists' heads.
Tears on the beach: Holiday-makers in Tunisia join the Queen and millions of Brits at home in minute's silence to remember 30 beach massacre victims
The Queen paused during a visit to Glasgow and Owen Richards who survived the shooting but lost his brother, his uncle and his grandfather (all inset), stood in his hometown of Walsall.
Labour candidate sparks fury after attacking the repatriation of 30 Britons massacred in Tunisia because it 'looks like the country is at war'
William Cass, Labour’s defeated candidate in Aylesbury, said the 30 British holidaymakers gunned down by ISIS fanatic Seifiddine Rezgui should not be treated like ‘fallen soldiers’.
Sport stands still for Tunisia massacre victims: Hamilton among millions observing minute's silence after terror attack on Brits
A minute's silence has been observed impeccably across the world of sport to commemorate the 38 people killed in the tragic Tunisia beach attack last week.
Fury as beach killer is kept in SAME MORGUE as his victims: Move branded 'disgraceful' as nine more bodies return to the UK
Murderer Seifeddine Rezgui and the 38 people he killed had all been taken to the mortuary in Tunis in the aftermath of the deadly rampage. Yet a week later, his body is still there, lying among his victims.
Russell Brand blames the British government for Tunisian beach massacre and denounces minute's silence for the dead as 'total bulls***'... as bodies of nine more victims return home to the UK
Russell Brand blamed the Tunisian beach massacre which claimed the lives of 38 tourists on Britain's policy of selling arms abroad, military interventions and bombing campaigns overseas.
Britain could start bombing ISIS in Syria in the wake of Tunisia attack as Labour says it will consider backing air strikes
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon will today tell MPs that it is 'illogical' for UK forces to carry out strikes in Iraq but not in Syria, but he faces claims there is little the the UK can do to help US strikes.
ISIS terrorists 'plan to strike at bars, the main airport and tourist resorts across Tunisia throughout the summer'
An investigation of jihadi internet forums and social media accounts is said to have unveiled plans for attacks on shops selling alcohol, the country's main airport and the tourist island of Djerba.
The saddest homecoming: Eight victims of beach massacre return to the UK on an RAF jet as Tunisian officials say 30 Britons have now been formally identified
Eight victims of the Tunisian beach massacre have made their final journey home. Their coffins were loaded on to an RAF aircraft in Tunis this morning for the 2,000 mile flight back to Britain.
Beach massacre gunman went back to kill 17 MORE victims: Detailed reconstruction suggests delays by Tunisian police gave fanatic time to return to 'finish off' injured sunbathers
There was a hold-up in tackling Seifeddine Rezgui before he was finally brought down by police marksmen in the Tunisian beach resort of Sousse.