Tourists pay their respects in front of flowers laid out along a beachside in memory of the victims killed by a gunman at the Imperial Marhaba resort, in Sousse, Tunisia, July 1, 2015. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
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Thirty Britons and eight other foreigners were killed last Friday when a gunman opened fire on holiday-makers at a Tunisian hotel, Tunisia's health ministry said Wednesday, completing the last formal identification.Four years after a popular uprising toppled autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia is facing a growing threat from Islamist militants who the British government has warned may try to carry out more attacks.Three other suspects have been arrested for helping to plan the attack on the Imperial Marhaba hotel, which is in Tunisia's tourism heartland along with Hammamet and the island of Djerba.Thousands of tourists have already left Tunisia's beaches since Friday's attack and the government has warned of losses totalling $500 million as tour companies cancel booked trips.
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