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Tunis: students divided over nation's politics

Latest update : 2013-11-14

On the first stop of their Tour of the Maghreb, FRANCE 24 reporters Chris Moore, Karim Hakiki and Adel Gastel pay a visit to the Tunisian capital, where they meet up with two female students who represent different sides of the political divide.

In September and October, FRANCE 24 reporters Chris Moore, Karim Hakiki and Adel Gastel spent five weeks on the road from Tunis to Tangier. Their Tour of the Maghreb offers a series of snapshots of the region through the eyes of its people.

Date created : 2013-11-11

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