A demonstrator holds a computer keyboard during a demonstration in Tunis, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. The Islamist party dominating Tunisia's ruling coalition on Thursday rejected its own prime minister's decision to form a non-partisan technocratic government to try to appease critics, signaling that the political crisis brought on by the assassination of a prominent leftist politician is far from over. (AP Photo)

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A demonstrator holds a computer keyboard during a demonstration in Tunis, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013.  The Islamist party dominating Tunisia's ruling coalition on Thursday rejected its own prime minister's decision to form a non-partisan technocratic government to try to appease critics, signaling that the political crisis brought on by the assassination of a prominent leftist politician is far from over. (AP Photo)
A demonstrator holds a computer keyboard during a demonstration in Tunis, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. The Islamist party dominating Tunisia's ruling coalition on Thursday rejected its own prime minister's decision to form a non-partisan technocratic government to try to appease critics, signaling that the political crisis brought on by the assassination of a prominent leftist politician is far from over. (AP Photo)
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