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Supporters of the ruling Islamic party Ennahda protest against another march during ceremonies marking the second anniversary of the Revolution, Monday, Jan. 14. 2013 in Tunis. Two years after the revolution that overthrew an authoritarian president and started the Arab Spring, Tunisia is struggling with high unemployment and rising violence in its politics. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)

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Supporters of the ruling Islamic party Ennahda protest against another march during ceremonies marking the second anniversary of the Revolution, Monday, Jan. 14. 2013 in Tunis. Two years after the revolution that overthrew an authoritarian president and started the Arab Spring, Tunisia is struggling with high unemployment and rising violence in its politics. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)
Supporters of the ruling Islamic party Ennahda protest against another march during ceremonies marking the second anniversary of the Revolution, Monday, Jan. 14. 2013 in Tunis. Two years after the revolution that overthrew an authoritarian president and started the Arab Spring, Tunisia is struggling with high unemployment and rising violence in its politics. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)
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