Tunisia's ruling Ennahda party faces many economic problems, including high unemployment. Photograph: Anis Mili/Reuters I meet Mustafa and Kamal on Avenue Bourguiba, where they protested in January 2011 to get rid of the dictator who ruled their country with an iron-fist for 23 years.
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Supporters of Tunisia's Islamist Ennahda party in Tunis
Tunisia's Religious Affairs Minister Nourredine al-Khademi on Saturday said the country will take stock of the hundreds of mosques now in the hands of Salafist extremists. "This is a priority area for my administration," said the minister, who...