Algerian tourists are seen shopping at the old medina in Sousse, Tunisia, September 30, 2017. Picture taken September 30, 2017. (REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi)
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Thomas Cook flew British tourists to Tunisia Tuesday for the first time since an Islamist militant killed 30 Britons on one of the country's beaches in 2015 .However, Britain's Foreign Office softened its advice last year and Thomas Cook said all three of its flights to Tunisia's Enfidha airport were full. It will fly there three times a week, allowing Britons to join German and Belgian holidaymakers who have been going for two years now.Tunisia's tourism revenues rose by 15.7 percent to 150 million dinars ($63 million) in January versus the same period last year, central bank data showed.
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