Freedom of expression in 'new' Tunisia

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Post-revolutionary Tunisia has given Tunisian media the freedom to express their political opinions like never before - and that has seen advertising revenue soar in some cases.

But the past year has also seen a rise of more fundamental Islam in Tunisia - and media outlets have been physically attacked by extremists for works seen as offensive.

So are the freedoms of these businesses under threat, and has religion replaced politics as the new taboo?

Simon Atkinson reports.

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