The coffin of Lorna Carty, a victim of the Tunisia terror attack. is carried in a hearse, escorted by players from Meath GAA and Dunderry GAA, from the Church of the Assumption Robinstown, Co Meath. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Tunisia’s president Beji Caid Essebsi has declared a state of emergency following an Islamic militant gun attack on a Sousse beach hotel, where 38 for(...)

The coffin of mother-of-two Lorna Carty, a victim of the Tunisia terror attack is carried in a hearse, escorted by players from Meath GAA and Dunderry GAA. Photograph: PA

The goodness and kindness of Lorna Carty will always be remembered, her funeral Mass in Co Meath heard on Saturday. Ms Carty was one of three Irish p(...)

The funeral of Larry and Martina Hayes leaves  the Church of St Peter & Pauls, Athlone for the cemetary. Photograph: Collins

The murderous ideology of Islamic State visited Athlone in a visceral way, the mourners at the funerals of Larry (Lonnie) and Martina Hayes, who died(...)

 Spectators stand for a minutes silence to pay tribute to the victims of last week’s Tunisia beach attack on Murray Mound during Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships  in London today.  Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images

Britain observed a minute’s silence on Friday as part of an official day of mourning for the tourists killed in a massacre on a Tunisian beach last w(...)

People queue outside Flynn’s Funeral Home in Athlone ahead of  the removal of the late Laurence and Martina Hayes who were killed in the Tunisia terrorist attack last week. Photograph: James Flynn/APX.

Large crowds have gathered in Athlone, Co Westmeath to their pay respects to Martina and Laurence Hayes who were killed in the Tunisia terror attack l(...)

Mounted police officers patrol on the beach of Sousse after last Friday’s attack which killed 38 people. Photograph: Abdeljalil Bounhar

Tunisian authorities were yesterday hunting for further suspects in the Sousse hotel attack identified by officials as part of a group trained in a Li(...)

A book of condolence for husband and wife Laurence and Martina Hayes is signed in Athlone Civic Centre following their deaths in Tunisia. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The bodies of the three Irish victims killed in the Tunisia terror attack last week have arrived in Dublin. The remains of Lorna Carty from Robinstown(...)

A book of condolence for husband and wife Laurence and Martina Hayes is signed in Athlone Civic Centre following their deaths in Tunisia. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The three Irish victims of the Tunisia terror attacks will be home within 24 hours, Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan has said. Final preparat(...)

Members of Ezzedine al-Qassam brigades, the armed wing of Hamas movement marching in Gaza on Monday. Photograph: Mahmud Hamsmahmud/AFP/Getty Images

Islamic State insurgents threatened on Tuesday to turn the Gaza Strip into another of their Middle East fiefdoms, accusing Hamas, the organisation tha(...)

A Tunisian interior ministry photograph showing Rafkhe Talari and Bin Abdallah,  two suspects wanted in connection with the gun attack on a Tunisian beach resort. Photograph: Tunisian interior ministry/EPA 1:48

A Tunisian gunman who killed 39 people, mostly British holiday-makers, at a resort hotel probably spent time in a training camp in Libya and had be(...)