At least 36 people were killed after a passenger ferry with 173 on board capsized in rough waters off Ormoc City on central Leyte island past noon on Thursday, AFP reported, citing Philippines officials. A report on Manila radio said 21 people were missing, and Coast guard spokesman Armand Balilo told AP that 118 have been rescued so far. Rescue boats picked up survivors who clung to the overturned hull of the Kim Nirvana, 1km from the port of Ormoc.
Tunisian authorities have arrested 12 suspects in connection to the shooting of 38 people at a hotel in Sousse. Two others are still being hunted by police, the Independent reported. They are believed to have trained in Libya alongside the 23-year-old Sousse gunman Seiffedine Rezgui and the attackers who targeted the Bardo Museum in March, according to officials. “This is a group who were trained in Libya, and who had the same objective,” said Lazhar Akremi, minister for parliamentary relations.