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TUNISIA
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October 27, 2011
Rachid Ghannouchi (R), leader of the Islamist Ennahda movement, celebrates with his supporters after...
Tunis, Tunisia
Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of the Islamist Ennahda movement, celebrates with his supporters after the...
Rachid Ghannouchi (R), leader of the Islamist Ennahda movement, celebrates with his supporters after the announcement of the country's election results, outside his headquarters in Tunis October 27, 2011. Tunisian election officials on Thursday confirmed the Islamist Ennahda party as winner of the North African country's election, setting it up to form the first Islamist-led government in the wake of the Arab Spring uprisings. The Ennahda party won 90 seats in the 217-seat assembly. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 02, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul March 2, 2011. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
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March 02, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul March 2, 2011. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
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March 02, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, speaks during a news conference in Istanbul March 2, 2011. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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February 04, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's embassy in Tunis
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's embassy in Tunis February 4, 2011. The protest was held to demand the end of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule as part of a wave of unrest gripping the Middle East. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIAPOLITICS UNREST - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA
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February 04, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's embassy in Tunis
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's embassy in Tunis February 4, 2011. The protest was held to demand the end of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule as part of a wave of unrest gripping the Middle East. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIAPOLITICS UNREST - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNIS
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February 04, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's embassy in Tunis
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's embassy in Tunis February 4, 2011. The protest was held to demand the end of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule as part of a wave of unrest gripping the Middle East. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIAPOLITICS UNREST - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA
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February 04, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi,head of the Ennahda movement chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, chants slogans during a protest in front of Egypt's embassy in Tunis February 4, 2011. The protest was held to demand the end of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule as part of a wave of unrest gripping the Middle East. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
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February 03, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis February 3, 2011. Tunisia's Islamists have been shut out of the interim government, Islamist leader Ghannouchi said, calling for a cabinet that brings together all parties and for the dismantling of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's police state. To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
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February 03, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Tunis February 3, 2011. Tunisia's Islamists have been shut out of the interim government, Islamist leader Ghannouchi said, calling for a cabinet that brings together all parties and for the dismantling of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's police state. To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
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February 03, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis February 3, 2011. Tunisia's Islamists have been shut out of the interim government, Islamist leader Ghannouchi said, calling for a cabinet that brings together all parties and for the dismantling of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's police state. To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
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February 03, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis February 3, 2011. Tunisia's Islamists have been shut out of the interim government, Islamist leader Ghannouchi said, calling for a cabinet that brings together all parties and for the dismantling of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's police state. To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
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February 03, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis February 3, 2011. Tunisia's Islamists have been shut out of the interim government, Islamist leader Ghannouchi said, calling for a cabinet that brings together all parties and for the dismantling of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's police state. To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
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February 03, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tunis February 3, 2011. Tunisia's Islamists have been shut out of the interim government, Islamist leader Ghannouchi said, calling for a cabinet that brings together all parties and for the dismantling of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's police state. To match interview TUNISIA-PROTESTS/GHANNOUCHI REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
Tunisia Political Crisis
Tunisia Political Crisis
Ghannouchi Returns - 31 Jan 2011
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TUNISIA
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January 30, 2011
Supporters hold a banner welcoming home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (not pictured), head of the Ennahda...
Tunis, Tunisia
Supporters hold a banner welcoming home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement at the...
Supporters hold a banner welcoming home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (not pictured), head of the Ennahda movement at the airport in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. The banner reads: "Ennahda movement welcomes home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi." REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
TUNISIA
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January 30, 2011
Supporters hold a banner welcoming home a Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (not pictured), head of the Ennahda...
Tunis, Tunisia
Supporters hold a banner welcoming home a Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement at the...
Supporters hold a banner welcoming home a Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (not pictured), head of the Ennahda movement at the airport in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. The banner reads: "Welcome to free Tunisians." REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C), head of the Ennahda movement, waves to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, waves to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C), head of the Ennahda movement, waves to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, talks to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, talks to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, talks to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
TUNISIA/
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, talks to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, talks to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, talks to supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport...
Tunis, Tunisia
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport...
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. The sign reads: "Tunisians do not want to see Ben Ali in their (Qibla) direction of their prayers." REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport...
Tunis, Tunisia
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport...
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. The banner reads: "No fear of Islam". REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA- Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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January 30, 2011
A supporter of Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, holds a copy of the Koran as he...
Tunis, Tunisia
A supporter of Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, holds a copy of the Koran as he...
A supporter of Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, holds a copy of the Koran as he waits to welcome home Ghannouchi at the airport in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport...
Tunis, Tunisia
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport...
Supporters wait to welcome home Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, at the airport in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (2nd L), head of the Ennahda movement, is escorted by supporters upon his arrival...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is escorted by supporters upon his arrival in...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (2nd L), head of the Ennahda movement, is escorted by supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (2nd L), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (2nd L), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (L), head of the Ennahda movement, smiles as he is welcomed by supporters upon...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, smiles as he is welcomed by supporters upon his...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (L), head of the Ennahda movement, smiles as he is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C, with red scarf), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C, with red scarf), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi (C), head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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January 30, 2011
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in...
Tunis, Tunisia
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in...
Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda movement, is welcomed by supporters upon his arrival in Tunis January 30, 2011. Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home the Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile marks a powerful symbol of the change that has swept the country this month. Ghannouchi has lived in London since he was exiled in 1989 by president Zine al-Abdine Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent political tremors across the Arab world. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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