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Thousands marching in capital Tunis against a TV station for airing "blasphemous" movie are stopped by police tear gas.
Beji Caid Essebsi says latest outbreak of deadly violence is designed to prevent the country holding October elections.
Tension over the place of religion in the North African country's public life is rising.
Beji Essebsi suggests planned July vote for drafting constitution could be pushed back as reform protests continue.
Anti-government demonstrations continue as tension rises in countdown to scheduled July vote in North African country.
Journalists beaten during protests calling for a "new revolution" and online censorship makes a comeback.
Police break up protests in central Tunis as dozens call for "a new revolution" after politician warns of risk of coup.
Ousted President Ben Ali is wanted to stand trial for theft and currency offences, says the nation's justice minister.
Police clash with demonstrators who want interim-government reshuffle to exclude all members of former government.
Armed forces were stationed on the capital's streets for the first time since violent protests began a month ago.
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