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Breaking News Headlines: Protests Flare Again in Tunisia After Brahmi Assasination

by Wochit 1:04 mins

Breaking News Headlines: Protests Flare Again in Tunisia After Brahmi Assasination

by Wochit 1:04 mins

The killing of Mohamed Brahmi, leader of the People's Party, incited protests blaming the moderate Islamic party that leads the government in Tunisia, birthplace of the Arab Spring. The driver of the train that crashed in Spain, killing at least 80 people, was put under formal investigation after security video showed it derailed after speeding around a tight curve. Official sources told Reuters Excessive speed has been identified as the likely main cause of the accident as hospitals treated some of the 178 injured, including five Americans. According to a new poll, Anthony Weiner has lost his lead in the New York City mayor's race following revelations he continued to send lewd messages online to women after he resigning from Congress in 2011. City Council Speaker Christine Quinn now garners 25% support among Democratic primary voters compared to 16% for Weiner.

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