Tourists pause in front of a plaque dedicated to victims on the beach of the Imperial Marhaba resort, on the first anniversary of an attack by a gunman at the hotel in Sousse, Tunisia June 26, 2016. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
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Tunisia said Monday it has urged Britain to revoke a travel warning issued after a extremist attack on a beach in the country killed 30 British holidaymakers last year.After the shootings, Britain issued an official advice warning against all but essential travel to Tunisia.The bloodbath at Port El Kantaoui was the second of two deadly attacks claimed by ISIS to hit Tunisia's once lucrative tourism sector.Before the 2011 revolution, Tunisia attracted almost seven million visitors each year, with its lucrative tourism sector accounting for seven percent of gross domestic product.
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