Brave Owen Richards, 16, lost his brother, uncle and granddad in the beach massacre - but now helps other survivors through their grief.Read the full story ›
British holidaymakers who were victims of the Tunisia beach gun attack have begun legal action against travel operator Thomson.Read the full story ›
A Tunisian Interior Ministry official has warned of a plan to attack sites in the capital with car bombs and other devices, according to a state news agency.
The television report on TAP said unidentified militants planned to attack "sensitive sites" in Tunis with car bombs and explosive belts.
It added that police had banned traffic on Bourguiba Avenue in the heart of downtown and nearby streets to prevent attacks. There are also increased police patrols and raids around the capital and its suburbs.
In March and June, gunmen attacked the national museum and a beach resort killing nearly 60 foreign tourists. The attacks were claimed by the so-called Islamic State group.
Tunisia security forces have arrested 12 people, one of them a woman, who were trying to cross into Libya to join a "terrorist group", the interior ministry said.
Tunisian officials are especially concerned about those entering from Libya.
The suspects said that they had been planning to cross into Libyan territory with the help of a smuggler.
Security forces arrested the 12 at a bus stop in the southern town of Ben Guerdane near the border with Libya, the ministry said in a statement.
The Tunisian beach massacre is being linked to an earlier terror attack in the country which left 22 people dead, Scotland Yard has said.Read the full story ›
Tunisia has extended its state of emergency for two more months, according to the country's presidency.
The state of emergency was declared a week after 38 foreign tourists - 30 of them British - died in a terror attack on the beach in Sousse.
A survivor of the Tunisia beach massacre said he still feels guilty about not being able to reach his wife as she screamed for help.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of mourners have gathered to their respects to three members of the same family who were killed in the Tunisia beach massacre.
Patrick Evans, 78, his son Adrian, 49, and 19-year-old grandson Joel Richards, died when a gunman opened fire at a resort in Sousse.
Joel's younger brother, Owen Richards, was also on holiday with the men but survived the attack.
Addressing a service of thanksgiving in their hometown of Walsall, Monsignor Bruce Harbert said: "Even in their last moments they stayed together, seeking to protect each other.
"Happily, Owen is still with us. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Owen, wishing you a long, happy and fruitful life, supported by the prayer of your brother, your uncle and your grandfather", he added.
The funeral of Sue Davey who was also killed in the Tunisia massacre has taken place today in Tamworth.
She died alongside her partner Scott Chalkley from Derby.
Her family said they want today to be a public service of thanksgiving for her life.
Family and friends have gathered in Walsall for a service of thanksgiving being held for three men - from the same family - who were killed in the Tunisia beach attack.
Patrick Evans, 78, his son Adrian, 49, and 19-year-old grandson Joel Richards, died when a gunman opened fire at a beach resort in Sousse.