Tiananmen Square, Tunisia suicide blast

We talk to guests about Monday's car crash in Tiananmen Square in Beijing which killed five people and injured 38 others. What happened and why is the square so politically sensitive?

We'll also speak to Tunisians about the suicide bomb attack in the Mediterranean resort town of Sousse. Since the 2011 uprising, which unseated long-time President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia has seen a rise in attacks by militants. Is this latest bombing sympotmatic of greater unrest in the country? What do people in Tunisia make of the recent unrest?

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