MCGUINNESS SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE TO TUNISIA MASSACRE VICTIMS
SINN Fein chief Martin McGuinness says he “unreserverdly condemns” the murder of the 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia last week.
Irish, British and holidaymakers of other nationalities were cut down in a hail of automatic gunfire at the their hotel in Sousse.
They were raked with bullets as they sunned themselves on deck loungers in the afternoon sun.
Today, the Deputy First Minister travelled to Belfast to sign the book of condolence opened by the city’s Sinn Fein mayor Arder Carson.
In his personal message, Mr McGuinness wrote: “My heart goes out to all the families of the Irish, British and other nationalities who were murdered in the attack in Tunisia.
“I unreservedly condemn it. My thoughts, prayers and condolences are with the bereaved as they come to terms with their loss. RIP.”