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Flowers and a note reading 'Why? Warum?' are laid on a sun lounger at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse, Tunisia, 27 June 2015. According to local reports 26 June, two assailants with handgrenades opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 37 people, including Germans, Brits and Belgians, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. The group affiliated with the so called Islamic State (IS) have claimed responsibility. EPA/ANDREAS GEBERT ©EPA
It is not for the outside world to impose governance and economic reforms on the country
– Claire Spencer
Isis fighters parade down a road in Mosul, Iraq, in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armored vehicle ©AP
Common threads in the Middle East need to be pulled together before they unravel
– David Gardner
SOUSSE, TUNISIA - JUNE 27: Men stand at the front of the Imperial Marhaba Hotel where 38 people were killed yesterday in a terrorist attack on June 27, 2015 in Souuse,Tunisia. Habib Essid Prime Minister of Tunisia announced a clampdown on security after the attack on a holiday resort. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) ©Getty
But the prime minister’s call for new anti-extremism laws is excessive
– FT View

Saudis at war with Isis on Twitter

Opponents aim to dissuade would-be suicide bombers

Tunisia PM calls for help to fight attacks

Essid says tourist killer was trained in Libya

Simulated terror attack to test London

‘Strong Tower’ exercise deploys 1,000 police officers

Egypt’s top prosecutor dies in car bomb

Escalation in campaign of violence targeting members of judiciary

Jihadis draw on Tunisia’s poor districts

Islamists feed on social problems to recruit disaffected youth

PM points to ‘generational struggle’

Theresa May flies to resort where at least 30 Britons died

There are limits to Isis growth

Group’s radical intolerance of all other creeds forces rivals to retaliate

Saudi citizen named as Kuwait attacker

Gulf state shows cross-confessional unity after attack on Shia

Terror attack threatens Tunisia’s economy

Tourism accounts for 14% of country’s gross domestic product

British death toll in Tunisia could hit 30

‘Significant numbers of victims not yet positively identified’

Ramadan attacks fit Isis agenda

Atrocities speak to the new face of jihadi violence

Scores killed in trail of terror

Bloody day of jihadi-linked violence across three continents

37 killed in attack on Tunisian resort

Security forces kill one of two gunmen in gunfight in Sousse

Suicide blast hits Kuwait Shia mosque

At least 25 killed in attack during Friday prayers

France pieces together moments of attack

Suspect arrested after explosion at US-owned factory near Lyon

Isis attacks Kurdish sites in Syria

Turkey accused of facilitating fighters’ entrance to the area

Isis destroys two shrines near Palmyra

Jihadis reported to have mined ruins of Roman city

Taliban attacks Afghan parliament

Concern over ability of Nato-trained forces to counter militants

PM urges Muslims to resist extremism

David Cameron fears ideology is being ‘quietly condoned’

Isis blocks fuel to northern Syria

Jihadis undermine rebels’ ability to fight

Al-Qaeda number two killed in US strike

Wuhayshi most senior target killed since Bin Laden

Pentagon looks at reoccupying Iraqi bases

US advisers would assist Iraqi military through ‘lily-pads’ across north

Overhaul antiterrorism law, says watchdog

Reviewer wants judges, not ministers, to decide on access to data

Humour as a weapon in the fight with Isis

Anti-Isis satirical TV series, songs, plays and sketches are proliferating, many of them produced in the Muslim world