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Tunisia beach massacre: Report questioned security at Sousse hotel before terror attack, inquest hears

News | Wed 18th Jan, 2017

The inquest has heard that the Foreign Office officials knew security at hotels in Tunisian resort of Sousse was too weak to stop a terrorist attack, months before a gunman shot dead 30 British holidaymakers. Andrew Ritchie QC is representing the families of 20 of the British citizens killed in Sousse.

The inquest continues.

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