A look at Tunisia in the wake of Sousse attacks

VOICED: A member of the Tunisian committee which investigated a terror attack on British tourists has told Sky News better planning could have prevented many of the deaths. 38 people died -- the majority of them British holidaymakers -- when an Islamic State extremist attacked the resort near Sousse in 2015. In an interview with Sky News Tunisia's tourism minister has apologised to the families of the victims -- but insisted the country is safe enough for tourists to return. Our Middle East Correspondent Alex Rossi has this special report from Sousse. Contains black hole - third party content. Interviews with Lazhar Akremi, Sousse Investigation Committee, Salma Elloumi Rekik, Tunisian Tourism Minister, Hamdi Qhadraoui. hotel worker and Anis Meghirbi, Director of Sales and Marketing, Seabel Hotels on 27 February 2017 in Sousse, Tunisia.


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Clip #:646493930HD
Collection:Sky News
Date created:27 February, 2017
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Clip length:00:04:34:06
Location:Sousse, Tunisia
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Source:Sky News
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