Tunisia violence threatens fragile democracy


Violent protests on the streets of Tunisia are threatening the country's fragile democracy.

For a second day police have clashed with demonstrators following the assassination of a secular opposition activist.

Now the country's top politicians are openly disagreeing about to resolve the crisis.

Wyre Davies has been out on the street in Tunis.

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