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    • People gather outside the Constituent Assembly headquarters during a protest to demand the ouster of the Islamist-dominated government, Tunis, July 28, 2013.
    • A man lights a flare outside the Constituent Assembly headquarters during a protest to demand the ouster of the Islamist-dominated government, Tunis, July 28, 2013.
    • Thousands of people gather outside the headquarters of the Constituent Assembly to demand the ouster of the Islamist government, Tunis, July 28, 2013.
    • Supporters of the ruling Ennahda party chant slogans outside the headquarters of the Constituent Assembly in solidarity with the Islamist government, Tunis, July 28, 2013.
    • Photo of Tunisian opposition politician, Mohamed Brahmi, taken in Tunis, April 8, 2012. 
    • A Tunisian plainclothes police officer secures the house of Mohamed Brahmi after he was shot to death outside his home in Tunis, July 25, 2013. 
    • Tunisian police officers inspect Mohamed Brahmi's vehicle in which he was shot to death, outside his home in Tunis, July 25, 2013. 
    • People walk beside the ambulance carrying the body of assassinated Tunisian opposition politician, Mohamed Brahmi, Tunis, July 25, 2013. 
    • Assassinated Tunisian opposition politician Mohamed Brahmi's wife, Imbarka (R), and daughter, Balkis, mourn his death in Tunis, July 25, 2013. 
    • The body of Tunisian opposition politician, Mohamed Brahmi, is carried into an ambulance after he was shot dead outside of his home in Tunis, July 25, 2013. 

    Protests in Tunis after the Assassination of Mohamed Brahmi

    Published July 26, 2013

    Outspoken opposition leader Mohamed Brahmi was shot to death July 25 by unknown gunmen outside his home in the capital, Tunis.


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