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Tunisia Terror Attacks - Memorial Service Held at Westminster Abbey

1:53 pm Tuesday, 12 April 2016
Prince Harry and Prime Minister David Cameron have today paid tribute to the British victims of the Tunisian terror attacks at a special memorial service which has taken place at Westminster Abbey.
Prince Harry and Prime Minister David Cameron have today paid tribute to the British victims of the Tunisian terror attacks at a special memorial service which has taken place at Westminster Abbey.

Prince Harry laid a wreath at the abbey's memorial to Innocent Victims on behalf of his Grandmother the Queen before he and the Prime Minister delivered readings to the congregation, which was made up of families who lost loved ones in the atrocities.

Thirty Britons, including Walsall supporters Joel Richards, his Grandfather Charles 'Patrick' Evans and Uncle Adrian Evans, died in the terror attack in the Tunisian resort of Sousse on 26th June last year.

So-called Islamic State claimed responsibility for the killings carried out by gunman Seifeddine Rezgui, who was later shot dead by police.

A moment's silence was observed before the names of each of the victims who lost their lives that day was read out.


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