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Arab uprising: Tunisia protests go on

17 December 2013 Last updated at 15:20 GMT

Exactly three years since a Tunisian vegetable seller set himself alight, sparking a wave of protests about economic hardship and political discontent.

But the country's new constitution is yet to be completed and there are calls for a non-partisan caretaker government - and for many Tunisians life remains hard and jobs scarce.

Lyse Doucet reports from Tunisia.

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