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Firm spared Tunisia bomb damages

A German court has ruled that tourists injured in a bomb attack in Tunisia in 2002 cannot claim damages from the tour operator they travelled with. The Hanover court said the TUI group could not be blamed for failing to warn people that travel to Tunisia was dangerous at the time of the attack. The case was brought by parents of a six-year-old boy, Adrian Esper, who suffered severe burns. More than 20 people died in the attack, in a synagogue on the island of Djerba. A senior figure in al-Qaeda, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, said months after the attack that the terror network had been responsible for it.Full Story

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