This video from London, England says about itself:
From daily The Independent in Britain:
War on Isis: Tunisian PM says Britain has a responsibility to protect nation from militants
Yasmine Ryan, Ian Johnston
Wednesday 05 August 2015
Britain has a responsibility to stop Isis from infiltrating Tunisia, the country’s Prime Minister has said, because the UK is partly to blame for creating the violent chaos that allowed the extreme Islamist movement to flourish in neighbouring Libya.
In an interview with The Independent, Habib Essid blamed Western intervention in Libya, which helped bring about the downfall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, for destabilising that country and leaving his nation more vulnerable to terrorism.
He spoke as British police said the attack in the Tunisian resort of Sousse in June that left 30 British tourists dead was almost certainly linked to a mass shooting at the Bardo Museum in Tunis in March.
Mr Essid said the UK and France, which led the air campaign against Gaddafi’s forces, were not solely to blame for the current turmoil in Libya, but they had been “part of the problem”. Asked if this meant Britain and France had a responsibility to help Tunisia police its border with Libya, he said: “They have responsibility. Terrorism has no borders.”
However Mr Essid stressed that Tunisia was “against all military intervention in Libya”. “We consider that the current situation is the result of the  intervention, which created chaos. The solution must be a political solution,” he said. …
The Sousse and Bardo shootings, which killed a total of 60 people, have both been claimed by Isis. Commander Richard Walton, of the Metropolitan Police, said there were “strong” links between the two attacks.
See also here.
LIBYA: THE ‘FALLBACK OPTION’ FOR ISIS “Iraqi commanders have been arriving from Syria, and the first public beheadings have started. The local radio stations no longer play music but instead extol the greatness of the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed caliph, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.” [NYT]
‘US meddling in Mid-East led to rise of radical extremism’: here.
Hillary Clinton’s Libya: here.
After last week’s mass protests against unemployment and poverty throughout Tunisia, the French government has announced €1 billion aid over the next five years to its former colony: here.