Tunisia’s new Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa has been sworn in along with members of the country’s interim government.
The north African state’s ruling Islamist and secular opposition have set aside their differences to allow Jomaa and his cabinet to lead until elections are held later this year. It was a breakthrough that ended months of political deadlock.
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