by Benson Agoha | Security
Britons still living in Tunisia have been advised to leave the country as a second attack to last months massacre of 30 sunbathers on a Tunisian Beach Resort, is highly likely, according to the Foreign Office.
|Flowers lay on the scene of the attack where 30 Britons|
were shot dead on Tunisian Beach resort. (Credit: PA)
Last night the Foreign issued the warnings to some 3000 Britons reported to still be in Tunisia. They have 48 hours to leave the country for their lives.
Reports on BBC said Members of the Association of British Travel Agents have made arrangements for flights within 48 hours.
Thomas Cook has cancelled all bookings for the rest of the summer, the report said.
The travel warning also affects Britons still planning to travel to Tunisia. They are advised to cancel their journey except it is unavoidable.
"Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel to #Tunisia as a further terrorist attack is "highly likely" and "UK Foreign Office urges British nationals to leave Tunisia" were some of the breaking news titles by Sky News and Franch 24 Channel respectively.
Below the warning as issued by the Foreign Office.