Kim Sengupta

Kim Sengupta is Defence Correspondent at The Independent.

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Rezgui’s student ID, found on his body, alerted police to the fact that he was unknown to them

Tunisia hotel attack: Flailing investigators ask, did the killer get his training in Libya?

Kim Sengupta reports from the home of Seifeddine Rezgui as officials try to solve the mystery of his radicalisation

People stand in silence next to flowers during a gathering yesterday at the scene of the attack in Sousse, Tunisia

Tunisia attack: Authorities 'sure' killer did not act alone as they search for accomplices

Exclusive: Men who shared a house with Seifeddine Rezgui remain at large

A boy holds a Tunisian flag at the spot on the beach where the attack took place

Tunisia hotel shooting: Tourism was the real target during the massacre in Sousse

Foreigners were deliberately picked off during the attack and locals protected

An Israeli soldier gestures in relief after returning from the Gaza Strip during the 2014 war

UN Gaza report: Attacks from Israel and Hamas on findings are exactly what you would expect

'Morally flawed', say Israelis. Both 'victim and executioner' says Hamas

Mikheil Saakashvili

Georgian leader’s appointment makes Ukraine personal for Vladimir Putin

As Crimea has shown, Mr Putin is no more averse than George Bush was to taking aggressive military action to suit his purpose

Migrants arrive at the port of Ben Guerdane, Tunisia, some 40 kilometres west of the Libyan border, after their vessel overturned, on Wednesday

Mediterranean migrant crisis: The Libyan human trafficker making $50,000 a week

In the Libyan port of Zuwara, Kim Sengupta is given a disturbing lesson about the economics of the migrant trade

Abu Salim prison yard as it is today

Gaddafi's notorious Abu Salim jail becomes car market in new Libya

Political prisoners were incarcerated within these walls for years, sometimes without trial - in one day alone 1,276 were killed

The amphitheatre at Leptis Magna, a World Heritage site in the city of Lebda. The Roman ruins are among the most spectacular in the Mediterranean.

Isis in Libya: The new centurions protecting the ruins of Leptis Magna from militants' cultural jihad

At first they were like a Neighbourhood Watch of antiquities, but now locals with automatic weapons are protecting the Roman city from jihadists hell-bent on its destruction. Kim Sengupta meets a force to be reckoned with

Men watch as bulldozers remove debris in front of a damaged building after a suicide car bomber blew himself up at a checkpoint in Dafniya outside Mistrata, Libya

Isis in Libya: Suicide bomber who killed six at Misrata checkpoint was Tunisian, says Tripoli

Gaddafi loyalists have fostered Isis, claim militia in control of Tripoli

African immigrants arrive in Tripoli after being rescued by the Libyan coastguard. About 115 people bound for Europe were saved when their boat sank in Libyan waters on 5 May

Libya, land of last hopes: Where sub-Saharan refugees wait to risk everything to reach Europe

‘It’s shaming for politicians in rich Europe to treat poor people like this’

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