Moderate Islamists Claim Victory in Tunisian Elections

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As the Arab Spring turns to autumn, the latest chapter in the unfolding story takes place in Tunisia where international observers hailed the elections for a new constituent assembly. Results Tuesday indicate a first-place finish for the moderate Islamic Party, Ennahda, which now begins talks to form a unity government. David Kirkpatrick, Cairo Bureau Chief for the New York Times reports from Tunis.