The hotel is now a crime scene, its gates from the beach padlocked, but a handful of guests who have chosen to continue their stay remain inside.
Leesha McKenny Germany's second-largest city is working hard to become another Atlanta or Salt Lake City.
MIchael Idato If they taught it at business school, it might be called how to destroy your TV career in seven easy words.
Nick O'Malley Court rejects challenge to use of lethal injections, saying lawyers had failed to identify other means a state could use to kill inmates.
Kate Aubusson An Aussie barbecue extravaganza has caused a fiery spat between Singapore locals and the ruling party's grassroots supporter base.
Nick Ralston She remembers eating breakfast at Perth's Cottesloe beach, dining out in Byron Bay and dreams of Sydney's Bondi. But this mystery woman knows nothing else about her life.
Ruth Pollard It was at one of these unlicensed mosques in the city of Kairouan that the Islamic State-inspired gunman Seifeddine Rezgui is believed to have been exposed to the radical teachings that fuelled Friday's devastating attack on one of Tunisia's best-known beach resorts.
Michael Koziol Hotel staff and locals formed a human chain of resistance as gunman Seifeddine Rezgui unleashed death and horror along the Tunisian shoreline, according to reports.
Nick Miller, London While the world recoiled in horror at the terrorist attacks in Tunisia and elsewhere, another crisis was unfolding in Europe.
Colin Freeman The photograph is like countless others released by Islamic State's propaganda wing: a young man sits flanked by a pair of Kalashnikovs, grinning excitedly at the prospect of proving himself in combat.