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Women petition deputy parliamentary speaker to reopen their brothel in Sousse so they do not have to beg for charity.
As Tunisia remembers Mohamed Bouazizi, the catalyst for the 2011 uprising, some people say things haven't changed.
Police say a man blew himself up in a town near Tunis, hurting no one, while a would-be bomber was captured in Monasti.
Tens of thousands shout 'no to coups, yes to elections' as tensions rise following assassinations of opposition MPs.
Trade unions, representing about 30 percent of the labour force, have been protesting against the ruling Ennahada party.
Demonstrators defy government ban amid growing anger over worsening economy and increasing clout of Salafis.
Islamists could win, but the number of Tunisians who decide to vote is even more important than who they vote for.
International observers help Tunisia prepare for its first democratic election in decades.
The propagator from which the Arab Spring blossomed stands to lose more from Libya's descent than from its own uprising.
Ousted president is now facing a total of 18 charges including "murders and looting".
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