Tunisia tourism industry struggling

It was Tunisia's revolution that sparked protests across the Middle East and North Africa.

But three months on, that unrest is still having a knock-on effect on Tunisia's economy.

Tourism accounts for more than 10% of the country's income and a large number of tourists come from Libya.

The two countries are also huge trading partners but while violence in Libya continues, it is over the border in Tunisia that is seeing a big impact.

Katy Watson reports from Djerba, southern Tunisia, to find out how the tourism industry's faring.

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