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Tunisia Struggles With Religious Divisionsi
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February 11, 2013 7:05 PM
The shooting death of opposition politician Chokri Belaid has brought to a head simmering tensions in Tunisia and deep political and religious divisions. As Lisa Bryant reports for VOA from Tunis, this North Africa country, once heralded as a model for Arab democracy, is struggling for a way forward.

Tunisia Struggles With Religious Divisions

Published February 11, 2013

The shooting death of opposition politician Chokri Belaid has brought to a head simmering tensions in Tunisia and deep political and religious divisions. As Lisa Bryant reports for VOA from Tunis, this North Africa country, once heralded as a model for Arab democracy, is struggling for a way forward.


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