Two men have been jailed for five years by a Spanish court for collaborating with a terrorist group in an attack in Tunisia that killed 21 people.
Many of the dead at the historic site were German tourists
Pakistani Ahmed Rukhsar and Spaniard Enrique Cerda Ibanez were found guilty of sending money to a man believed to have financed the bombing.
Victims of the suicide attack at a synagogue on the island of Djerba included 14 German tourists.
The attack was claimed by a senior figure in al-Qaeda months later.
The attackers drove a tanker truck filled with cooking gas to the synagogue before detonating the truck, court documents said.