Threats to Tunisia's Young Democracy

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A woman holds her national flag during a rally on January 14, 2016 in the Habib Bourguiba Avenue in the capital Tunis to mark the fifth anniversary of the 2011 revolution.

In the five years since the Arab Spring, Tunisia has been regarded as a success story in terms of having a functioning democratic government. But Tunisia’s stability has been affected by Libya’s war and threats from ISIS militants. NPR’s Cairo Bureau Chief Leila Fadel discusses the current situation in Tunisia and her reporting on recent developments