Unrest goes on in Tunisia after opposition leader death
Tunisian Ennahda party supporters holds up the national flag as they take part in a rally to show support for the ruling Islamist party, in which the Ennahda-dominated coalition holds a majority, on February 9, 2013, in the capital Tunis, three days after the assassination of Chokri Belaid, an outspoken critic of the Islamists. Thousands of people protested in central Tunis shouting pro-Islamist and anti-French slogans, a day after the funeral Belaid which became a mass rally against the ruling party. (AFP/Getty Images)
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