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    Tunisia Snarled in Political Deadlocki
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    August 09, 2013 8:53 PM
    Tunisia is facing political deadlock with the suspension of its legislature this week and large anti-government protests. Analysts say the crisis could further embolden Islamist extremists, who have killed 10 soldiers in the past few weeks. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London on the divisions that threaten the nation.

    Tunisia Snarled in Political Deadlock

    Published August 09, 2013

    Tunisia is facing political deadlock with the suspension of its legislature this week and large anti-government protests. Analysts say the crisis could further embolden Islamist extremists, who have killed 10 soldiers in the past few weeks. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London on the divisions that threaten the nation.


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