Thousands Stage Rival Rallies in Tunisia

Thousands of pro- and anti-government protesters have used the country's National Women's Day to express either support or anger against the Islamist regime. Some Tunisians fear that "religious radicals" are gaining influence over the country's political discourse.
  • Tunisia:   Thousands Stage Rival Rallies

    Deutsche Welle, 14 August 2013

    Tens of thousands of supporters and opponents of Tunisia's Islamist-led government have held rival rallies to mark national women's day. Read more »

Photo: Al Jazeera

Mass protests in Tunis calling for the Constituent Assembly to be dissolved.


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