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Tunisians reflect three years on

Tunisians say the hopes of their revolution have yet to be fully realised.

Last updated: 17 Dec 2013 12:11
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Syria is the bloodiest example of the so-called Arab spring - a wave of revolutions that began in Tunisia.
 
But even in Tunisia, the call for change has not been fully satisfied.
 
Exactly three years after a poor street vendor set himself on fire, triggering mass protests, many people say their lives are still miserable.
 
Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Tunis. 

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