“The fact that all those people died in a church—a place we all thought beyond doubt was one of the safest places to be in—is just not fair.”
Since the Sousse attacks of 2015, Tunisia's deckchairs have been empty and its hotels abandoned.
An inquiry committee urged the government to create a single intelligence agency to prevent failures like those that let the Charlie Hebdo and Bataclan terrorists slip through.
The country's leading police union organized a demonstration in Paris, but counter-protesters challenged an official ban to march against police brutality at the same time.
The ambitious plan comes as EU and NATO chiefs warn there are justifiable fears that Islamic State is trying to obtain materials to carry out biological and nuclear attacks in Europe.
Both candidates broke with the Obama administration in coming out to support the legislation just two days before Tuesday's critical New York primary.
Mohamed Abrini, a 31-year-old Belgian-Moroccan, was arrested on Friday and has allegedly confessed to being the fugitive wanted in connection with March 22 attack.
The introduction of plainclothes security guards is just one of the measures to increase rail security after recent terror attacks in Europe.