Defiance Mixed With Sadness As Tourists Return to Tunisian Beach

After the horror and bloodshed, most British tourists are on their way home, but visitors from other countries are staying. Paragliders sail overhead, children frolic in the shallow waves and a camel train carrying sunburned Europeans ambles down Sousse beach as the sun hits its midday peak.
Only the empty sunloungers and flowers piled into an impromtu memorial outside the Imperial Marhaba hotel would remind a casual visitor that two days ago horror and bloodshed visited this stretch of sand.