Vast stretches of sand were blank of people along the normally packed beaches of Sousse on Saturday. There were still a few tourists around; they had taken the entirely correct view that the place was safer presently than it has ever been in recent times, having a heavy security presence in the wake of Friday’s massacre.
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t is perhaps surprising that there were so a lot of Western tourists around for the dreadful slaughter. They obviously had not thought that the attack at the Bardo Museum in Tunis three months ago, in which 20 foreigners died, meant that they, too, were potential targets. Or perhaps they simply decided approaching despite the risks involved.