Photos From Tunisia Attack: 37 Killed, 36 Injured

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Bloodied: The blood-stained Sudoku book and sandals of one of the people who was on the ill-fated beach when the gunmen arrived on jet skis

Images capture the final moments of a depraved gunman who opened fire on a Tunisian beach packed with innocent holiday makers – killing at least 37 and injuring 36. The twisted assassin is thought to be 23-year-old Seifeddine Yacoubi from the Tunisian city of Kairouan. AK47 in hand, he stalks the streets of Sousse looking for more victims before he is gunned down by Tunisian police , who may also have captured his accomplice.

Terrifying eyewitness accounts claim the men arrived on the beach on jet skis – with automatic weapons hidden inside parasols. It has emerged that a British man, who was shot three times during the onslaught, bravely used his body as a human shield to protect his fiancée from being killed by the maniac gunman. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has said at least five British tourists were killed in the massacre – but that number is expected to rise.

Armed police stand over the body of a victim shot dead on the beach by Islamist gunmen in TunisiaSlaughtered: One of the 37 people killed in the attack on the Tunisian beach lies underneath the towel as horrified onlookers surround the scene

Deceased: Tunisian lifeguards stand next to a covered body in the resort town of Sousse, which has been brought to its knees following a merciless terrorist attackKilled: A 16-year-old British boy saw his grandmother and parents gunned down by the men who killed 37 (one pictured)

Bodies lie on a beach in Sousse after gunmen opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 37

Response: The corpse of the gunman, who is believed to be a 23-year-old Seifeddine Yacoubi, was later pictured on the side of the road

Corpse of the gunman, 23-year-old Seifeddine Yacoubi

Bloodied: Emergency workers rushed to get the injured people to a hospital

Line of fire: One of the women injured during the shooting at the beach in Sousse is taken to hospital 

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