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Tunis losing the Paris feel while women swap lipsticks for knives in India

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10 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 14 February 2013

Two years ago the people of Tunisia rose up in protest against their government, putting in motion a revoultion that sparked the Arab Spring. But with increased violence and protests returning to the streets, has the revolution ground to a halt? Wyre Davies takes the temperature on one of the main thoroughfares in the country's capital Tunis.

The recent rape and murder of a young woman in Delhi, and the current trial of the men accused, has pushed women's safety to the forefront of politics in India. Alex Preston asks if one party is trying to make political capital from it.

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