Tunisia in landmark vote for president

A specimen ballot paper is displayed in the Tunisian consulate in Paris on December 20, 2014. (AFP)

Polls opened Sunday in the second round of Tunisia’s first free presidential election, in the final leg of an at times bumpy four-year transition from dictatorship.

The voting was mired by violence early in the day when Tunisian troops killed a gunman and captured three others on Sunday after they attacked soldiers guarding ballot papers for the country’s presidential vote, the defense ministry said.
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Source News: Alarabiya