A relative of slain opposition leader Chokri Belaid cries over his coffin at his parents' home near 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 Belaid, a prominent leftist politician, is far from over. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)

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A relative of slain opposition leader Chokri Belaid cries over his coffin at his parents' home near 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 Belaid, a prominent leftist politician, is far from over. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)
A relative of slain opposition leader Chokri Belaid cries over his coffin at his parents' home near 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 Belaid, a prominent leftist politician, is far from over. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)
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