Unemployment in Tunisia remains a pressing issue

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One year ago Tunisians overthrew the dictatorship of Zine al-Abedine Ben Ali in the first popular revolution of the Arab Spring.

There have since been elections and there is a new interim government.

But this was a revolution fuelled by the frustrations of the unemployed and as Wyre Davies reports from Tunis, joblessness remains a pressing issue.

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