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Tunisia terrorist attack

Tunisian authorities have confirmed they are searching for one or more accomplices to the attack as the interior ministry said it was 'sure' the attacker had help.

At least 30 Britons are believed to have died in the attack, including Stuart Cullen, 52, from Lowestoft who's thought to have been killed instantly.

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Tunisia attack: Book of condolence opens in Northampton

Stuart Cullen and Philip Heathcote were both killed in the attacks.

A book of condolence for the victims of the Tunisian terrorist attack has opened in Northampton.

The Chairman of Northamptonshire County Council, Cllr Phil Larratt, has opened the book in memory of all those people who lost their lives in the terrorist attack at Sousse, Tunisia, on June 26.

Two people from the region, Stuart Cullen from Carlton Colville in Lowestoft and Philip Heathcote, from Felixstowe were among the 38 people killed.

The book will be in the Sessions House reception at County Hall, George Row, Northampton, from tomorrow where employees and members of the public will be able to write their own messages of condolence and sympathy.

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