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Tunisia and Equatorial Guinea

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First broadcast:
Monday 17 December 2012

In this edition: two tales of misrule and discontent from Africa.

Imogen Foulkes asks how much, if anything, has changed for Tunisia's youth two years after the Arab Spring toppled former President Ben Ali. Good jobs, quality education and peaceful policing are all still beyond their grasp. So what's left to hope for?

Stephen Sackur is in Malabo and Bata, investigating the Obiang family's fortunes - and those of their nation, where despite vast oil wealth there's still scarcity for many.

(Image: Tunisian students, Credit: AFP/Getty Images)


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