Mohammad Iftikhar (6) with his father, Dr Norman Iftikhar, at the 14th annual Jalsa Salana Annual Convention staged by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association in Maynooth, Co Kildare. Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

An Irish Imam has told of being verbally abused on the street and having a bottle thrown at his head because of negative perceptions of Islam in Irela(...)

Mounted police   at Sousse. Britain has cited a continued high risk of militant attack in Tunisia. Photograph: AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar

Tunisia has extended its state of emergency for two more months, the presidency said on Friday, in a security crackdown launched after an Islamist mi(...)

Flowers on the beach near the RIU Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse, Tunisia, where 38 people lost their lives after a gunman stormed the beach last month. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire.

About 200 people who had planned to travel to Tunisia have been reassured their money is safe following the closure of a tour operator one month after(...)

Flowers on the beach near the RIU Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse, Tunisia, where 38 people lost their lives after a gunman stormed the beach last month. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire.

European Union foreign ministers are to discuss the recent terror attack in Tunisia, in which 38 tourists were killed, when they meet on Monday. The (...)

The coffin of Charles Patrick Evans is carried off a Royal Air Force C-17 military transporter plane at RAF Brize Norton.  Photograph: Joe Giddens/AFP/Getty Images

The last time Pat Evans was in Holy Cross Church in West Bromwich, where he was married to Maureen half a century before, he had a six-inch nail and a(...)

Military veteran David Croft brings flowers to a memorial near where the shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee took place. Photograph: EPA.

Investigators on Friday sought to determine what led a 24-year-old gunman to open fire at two military offices in Chattanooga, Tennessee, killing four(...)

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan has warned that terrorist attacks such as the massacre in Tunisia last month, in which three Irish people died, can happen “anywhere, at any time” .  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan has warned that terrorist attacks such as the massacre in Tunisia last month, in which three Irish people died, c(...)

A boy holds a Tunisian flag as he stands near bouquets of flowers laid at the beachside of the Imperiale Marhabada hotel, which was attacked by a gunman in Sousse, Tunisia. Photograph: Zohra Bensemra/Reuters

The Department of Foreign Affairs has advised Irish citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Tunisia in light of increased security concerns. A stat(...)

Dublin artist and tourist Caraiosa Mehigan (right, dark clothing) praying with an unnamed English tourist at a memorial plaque on Sousse beach, Tunisia, after Friday’s one-minute silence. Photograph: Chris Stephen

If they were soldiers, the heroics of Tunisian beach staff in braving bullets to save tourist lives at the Sousse massacre would have earned them meda(...)

Members of the Tunisian security services stand guard during a memorial ceremony and minute’s silence for the victims of a terror attack on a beach outside the Imperial Marhaba Hotel, in the popular tourist resort of al-Sousse. Photograph: Mohamed Messara/EPA

Tunisian president Beji Caid Essebsi declared a state of emergency on Saturday to give his government more powers following an Islamic militant attack(...)