Tunisian hotel worker describes trying to stop beach attack
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A Tunisia hotel worker describes efforts to stop the Sousse attack

In June 2015 Ibrahim Elghoul was was working at the Hotel Royal Kenz when he heard shots.

A gunman was opening fire in the resort of Sousse, in a terror attack which would leave 30 British people dead.

In this clip he describes the events of the day as he and his friends formed a 'wall' to stop the gunman getting to the next hotel where dozens more holidaymakers were.

This clip was first broadcast on 28 February 2017.

  • 28 Feb
  • From the section Africa