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Uploaded on Aug 3, 2011
The town of Sidi Bouzid is considered the birthplace of Tunisia's January 14th revolution, which triggered copycat protests across the Arab world. But as this North African country prepares for its first democratic elections in October, discontent remains high. A July demonstration in Sidi Bouzid turned violent, killing a young boy. Lisa Bryant visited the central Tunisian town for VOA to look at the reasons fueling the unrest.