30 British tourists were killed in a terror attack on a beach resort in Tunisia. Cheryl Mellor (pictured) and her husband Stephen sheltered together and told each other "I love you" before the gunman turned on them. Cheryl survived with gunshots to her arm and leg. Stephen, who tried to block the bullets, did not.
The attack also killed three generations of one family -- Adrian Evans (second from left), 44, his father Patrick (second from right), 78, and his nephew Joel Richards (right), 19. All three were fans of the Walsall Football Club, and fellow fans laid their scarves down outside the stadium in mourning. Joel's brother Owen (left), 16, was shot in the shoulder but survived.
Lisa Burbidge from Whickham, Gateshead leaves behind four grandchildren. One of them posted this tribute on Facebook: "My angel, my best friend. Love you always grandma, rest in peace."
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Bruce Wilkinson, 72, from East Yorkshire, also died in the attack. In a statement, his family said he was a "kind and compassionate man with a dry sense of humor" and "a devoted husband, father and grandfather."
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For four days after the attack, the Stocker family tried desperately to reach John and Janet Stocker, on holiday in Sousse. Hotel staff said the couple's clothes were still hanging in their rooms but by Tuesday, Tunisian authorities confirmed they both had also been killed.