Planeloads of shocked foreign tourists flew home from Tunisia Saturday after a beachside massacre by an Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) gunmen killed 38 people Friday on Sousse hotel beaches. At least 15 of the victims were British citizens. The number is expected to rise. So far, the Tunisian health ministry has identified the bodies of 17 people from Britain, Germany, Ireland, Belgium and Portugal, as it tried to establish the identities of victims mown down in their beachwear. British police have sent forensic experts and detectives to Tunisia to help identify victims and gather evidence.