30/06/2015

Book Of Condolence Opens For Victims Of Terrorist Attack In Tunisia

A Book of Condolence opened at the City Hall in Belfast today, 30 June, in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in Sousse, Tunisia.

Lord Mayor of Belfast Arder Carson was the first to sign the book which is now opened to the public.

Three Irish people were killed in Friday's terror attack in Tunisia.
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Laurence (Larry) and Martina Hayes from County Westmeath and Lorna Carty, from County Meath were among the 38 dead.

(CD/JP)


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