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- 17 soldiers dead in Sinai; ISIS claims responsibility
Wave of attacks on Egyptian military checkpoints signal ISIS' expanding reach
- The ISIS terror threat
The aim of the ISIS militant group is to create an Islamic state across Sunni areas of Iraq and Syria.
- 30 of the dead are British
Thirty of the people killed in the Tunisia beach massacre last week are UK citizens, authorities said Thursday, marking the worst terror attacks against Britons in a decade.
- Tunisia beach massacre: 7 seized
Police arrest 7 suspects and bodies of victims head home after bloody terror attack which killed 38 people
- Tunisia victim dies after last 'I love you'
As many as 30 of those killed in the terror attack in Sousse, Tunisia, are believed to have been British, according to Tunisia's Foreign Ministry. Many were pensioners, enjoying what were supposed to be the golden days of their retirement.
- Local hero begs tourists to forgive Tunisia
Abdul Ali Ladhari and his friends waited 45 minutes before the police finally arrived. He's sure, he says, because he watched every minute drag by on his phone, unwilling to believe that help still hadn't come.
- Defiant tourists: Tunisia still safe
Deadly terror attack has spooked many, but some visitors say there's no reason to cancel