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Tunisian Women Fight for Equal Rolei
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February 21, 2013 1:28 AM
As the political crisis in Tunisia deepens, opposition groups are continuing to demand new elections. As in the revolution two years ago, women are at the vanguard of activists demanding change. Henry Ridgwell reports from Tunis.

Tunisian Women Fight for Equal Role

Published February 20, 2013

As the political crisis in Tunisia deepens, opposition groups are continuing to demand new elections. As in the revolution two years ago, women are at the vanguard of activists demanding change. Henry Ridgwell reports from Tunis.


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