Tunisia claimed their first win at the World Cup for 40 years as a second-half fightback saw them beat Panama 2-1 in Saransk.Read the full story ›
A second-half fightback saw them defeat Panama 2-1 with goals from Fakhreddine Ben Youssef and Wahbi Khazri.Read the full story ›
Lukaku and Hazard both scored braces as Belgium showed their class to brush aside Tunisia to all but book a place in the knockout stages.Read the full story ›
Which other popular tourist destinations have suffered in recent years because of the threat of terrorism?Read the full story ›
Thomas Cook will fly from Birmingham to Enfidha as the tour operator restarts its holiday programme following the Sousse massacre.Read the full story ›
Nigeria and Tunisia have booked their tickets to the 2018 World Cup with victories on Friday.
Nigeria faced Zambia knowing victory would be enough to secure passage from Group B and they duly delivered with a 1-0 win thanks to Arsenal's Alex Iwobi, who came off the bench to score.
The goal came in the 73rd minute when Chelsea's Victor Moses and Abdullahi Shehu linked up on the right, with the latter cutting back for Iwobi to slot home.
Tunisia needed to match or better DR Congo's result to ensure top spot in Group A, and with both teams winning Tunisia can start making plans for Russia.
They were 4-1 winners away to Guinea, with Youssef Msakni bagging a hat-trick and Mohamed Ben Amor also on the scoresheet as they came from behind.
Liverpool signing Naby Keita had put a huge dent in their hopes with a 35th minute strike, but Tunisia are through.
Egypt can book their ticket if they beat Congo on Sunday after Uganda were held to a goalless draw by Ghana in their Group E clash.
The tour operator is relaunching its holidays from the UK to Tunisia for the first time since the Sousse beach attack that left 38 dead.Read the full story ›
UK tour operators can resume selling holidays in Tunisia for the first time since the Sousse massacre after a change in travel advice.Read the full story ›
Six hotel security guards have been charged for failing to protect victims of the Sousse terror attack in June 2015, according to reports.Read the full story ›
Cheryl Stollery, whose husband was shot dead next to her, tells ITV News how protection did not arrive until well 'after the event'.Read the full story ›