TUNISIA TRAVEL ADVICE: IS IT SAFE? LATEST UPDATE FOUR YEARS AFTER SOUSSE TERROR ATTACK

Tunisia is a popular holiday location for Britons thanks to its beaches, sunshine and rich history. Tragically, terrorism blighted the destination in 2015 when a gunman stormed a Sousse beach and killed 38 people. So how safe is Tunisia four years later?

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Britons: The Britons were a Celtic people who lived in Great Britain before and during the Roman period. They spoke the Insular Celtic language known as Brittonic.