The bodies of eight Britons who were killed by a gunman in Tunisia last week have returned to the UK.
The number of identified Britons killed in the Tunisia terror attack has risen from 18 to 22. The bodies of those who died are to be flown back to the UK tomorrow.
A video showing the chaotic scenes inside the grounds of the hotel in Tunisia as a jihadi gunman attacks from the beach is released. The footage shows staff reacting to the attack.
The British death toll in the Tunisian beach massacre is expected to double to at least 30, sources say, as David Cameron pledges a "full spectrum" response to terrorism.
Footage obtained by Channel 4 News shows the Tunisian gunman on the beach during the terror attack, shot from a nearby roof the video reveals the panic as boats circle offshore.
Relatives of British holidaymakers still await news of their loved ones 24 hours after the shootings, as David Cameron warns the public must prepare for news that many of the victims were from the UK
In the west, Tunisia is seen as a model of democratic transition since its Arab Spring uprising. But it is also a place where secular politicians have been murdered and tourists killed.
Five Britons were among 37 killed in a gun attack at Sousse, a Tunisian tourist resort, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has said, warning that a "high proportion" of the casualties could be British.
Security forces kill two Islamic militants who attacked the Bardo museum next to parliament as country's prime minister says 17 foreign tourists dead - and the death toll may be higher.