Looted home of Tunisia's ex-president's brother-in-law

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Tensions are running high in Tunisia where protests continue against the newly formed unity government.

Protesters want the RCD (Constitutional Democratic Rally) disbanded, and say no members should retain power.

Public demonstrations of anger toward the RCD and ousted President Zine al-Abedine Ben Ali have included looting and arson.

The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes visited Belhassen Trabelsi's burnt out and looted home. He is the eldest brother of the ousted president's wife, Leila Trabelsi.

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