Britain marked a nationwide minute's silence on Friday in memory of the 30 Britons who were among 38 victims of the jihadist gun massacre in Tunisia last week.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister David Cameron led the ceremonies, which were mirrored by a tribute at the site of the killings on the beach near Sousse.
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