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Tunisians holding their country's flags shout during a demonstration on March 20, 2012 in Tunis.  Tunisians celebrated their country's independence day Tuesday amid fears of a widening divide between secular and religious movements in the newly democratised nation. "This festival is an opportunity for us all to rethink our relationships, to live with our differences and despite our differences," President Moncef Marzouki told a flag-raising ceremony at the presidential palace in Carthage. AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID (Photo credit should read FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images)
Tunisians holding their country's flags shout during a demonstration on March 20, 2012 in Tunis.  Tunisians celebrated their country's independence day Tuesday amid fears of a widening divide between secular and religious movements in the newly democratised nation. "This festival is an opportunity for us all to rethink our relationships, to live with our differences and despite our differences," President Moncef Marzouki told a flag-raising ceremony at the presidential palace in Carthage. AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID (Photo credit should read FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images)

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