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Islamic State militants launched a wide-scale coordinated assault on several military checkpoints in Egypt's Sinai
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Isis in Egypt: Wave of attacks across the country signals frightening upsurge in militant activity

Strikes against military and police targets in the Sinai province kill at least 64, presenting President Sisi with a serious challenge – and leaving the extremists mere miles from the Gaza Strip

Six of the British victims of the Tunisia beach massacre who have been returned to the UK. Top row from left: Adrian Evans, Patrick Evans and Joel Richards. Bottom row from left: Carly Lovett, Elaine and Denis Thwaites

Tunisia attack: Armed coastguards who failed to take on killer Seifeddine Rezgui face dismissal

A Tunisian who picked up a gun dropped by one of the coastguards and opened fire on the killer was also questioned by the police

Armed police continue to patrol Marhaba beach in Sousse

Tunisian jihadists' hit list of targets over the summer revealed

Isis-linked social media sites reveal attack plans as security chiefs say Rezgui trained in same camp as Bardo gunmen

Gina Van Dort and her husband Chris Dyer were shot while running from the gunman

Tunisia attack: Victim found 'hugging' husband's body after she was shot in the face wrote note to doctor asking for wedding ring back

Gina Van Dort was unable to speak when she regained consciousness in hospital but wrote a note to doctors asking for her wedding ring back

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Wimbledon 2015: Friday's play delayed to mark minute's silence in memory of Tunisia attack victims

Organisers of the Championships have decided to delay the start of play by 45 minutes so the mark of respect can be observed at noon

Ambulances carrying the victim's of last Friday's terrorist attack arrive at Tunis Airport

Tunisia attack: Bodies of eight British victims arrive home amid fears 'dangerous terrorist' could get migrant boat to Europe

The victims were repatriated on an RAF plane that flew from Tunis

Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui killed 38 tourists at a beach resort in Sousse last Friday

Tunisian beach mass murderer Seifeddine Rezgui 'was carrying unexploded bomb when he was shot dead by police'

Rezgui killed 38 tourists, at least 22 of them British, in the attack

Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui killed 38 tourists at a beach resort in Sousse last Friday

Seifeddine Rezgui: radicalised as Gaddafi fell, enraged by Assad, inspired by Isis - the terrorist behind Facebook posts about Real Madrid

Kim Sengupta reveals how 23-year-old made a final 10-second call on his mobile before beginning his brutal killing spree

Military personnel attend to injured British tourists being flown back to the UK for treatment on Monday

Tunisia attack: Bodies of Britons killed in massacre to start returning home

Tunisian health officials said the identities of 25 Britons had now been confirmed

Rafkhe Talari (left) and Bin Abdallah (right) are both wanted by Tunisian police

Tunisian hotel shooting: Police release photos of terror attack suspected accomplices

Rafkhe Talari and Bin Abdallah are both wanted by Tunisian authorities in connection with the massacre

Blood stains cover the ground at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse, Tunisia after mass shooting

Tunisia attack: Isis-affiliated group sent tweet threatening Western tourists with massacre

'If you insist on coming then beware because we are planning for you something that will make you forget the Bardo attack,' it said

One of South Sudan’s anti-government militias at a rally
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Authorities have quarantined the Nedowein area where the corpse tested positive

Moroccan boy Yahya El Jabaly born with no nose, eyes, or functioning mouth given 18-hour life-changing surgery

Yahya now has a nose where previously a hole had been and a full upper jaw after the marathon surgery

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Tunisia hotel shooting: British death toll reaches 28 as Leeds couple Christopher and Sharon Bell named among victims

The government has warned that the death toll could reach 30

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