Britain lowered its flags to half-mast on Friday (3 July) as the country marked a week since 30 British nationals were massacred on a beach in Tunisia.

Flags above Downing Street and Buckingham Palace were among the first to be lowered in a long-standing tradition of showing respect.

The massacre at the Sousse resort, claimed by Islamic State (Isis) militants, was the worst such attack in Tunisia's modern history, delivering a blow to the vital tourist industry just as the North African state consolidates its new democracy.

The Tunisian health ministry said all 38 victims had been formally identified. They included 30 Britons, three Irish citizens, two Germans, one Belgian, one Portuguese and one Russian national.