THE PRIME Minister warned Britain must 'fight with everything we have' as four people were arrested in connection with a terror attack on Tunisia's national museum which left 23 dead – including a British woman.
ISLAMIC State has claimed responsibility for the deadly terrorist attack at Tunisia's national museum as nine people have been arrested.
At present, it's unclear who exactly is behind a horrific attack on Tunisia's most prominent museum, the Bardo. In modern Tunisia, there are quite a few groups that might be suspects. So far, however, most of the suspicion has fallen on one group in
TUNIS (Reuters) – Gunmen wearing military uniforms stormed Tunisia's national museum on Wednesday, killing 17 foreign tourists and two Tunisians in one of the worst militant attacks in a country that had largely escaped the region's "Arab Spring" turmoil.
Once regarded as a beacon of secularism in the Arab world, Tunisia has seen militant Islamists gain strength since the overthrow of long-serving ruler Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in a popular uprising in 2011. The attack on the famous Bardo museum in the