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Latest update 25/11/2013

Democracy in Tunisia put to the test

Tunisia, the birthplace of the Arab Spring, has been wracked by political turmoil since ex-president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali was ousted in 2011. After months of crisis and the assassination of two prominent opposition figures, the ruling Islamist Ennahda party is in talks with the opposition to form an interim government ahead of fresh elections.

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Moderate Islamist Ennahda party wins Tunisian vote

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Proud Tunisians vote in Arab Spring’s first election

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Tunisians crave political stability amid reigning chaos

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Tunisian 'exodus' exposes Europe's migrant quandary

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Islamist leader Ghannouchi returns to Tunisia after 22 years in exile

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Fall of secular regime paves the way for the rise of Islamic influence

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Tunisians begin weekend of national mourning for victims of anti-government protests

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Caught on camera: Key moments in the Tunisian protests

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New government frees dissidents, announces sweeping new freedoms

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Tunisian protest suicide sparks copycat protests in Algeria, Egypt

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