Tunisia counts votes in historic free election

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Tunisian election officials are counting votes after Sunday's election, the first free poll of the Arab Spring.

More than 90% of registered voters turned out to cast their ballots, officials say.

Tunisians are electing a 217-seat assembly that will draft a constitution and appoint an interim government.

Pascale Harter reports from Tunis.

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