A baby camel sits at the entrance of a 500-year-old pottery workshop in Guellala

A baby camel sits at the entrance of a 500-year-old pottery workshop in Guellala
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Published May 19th, 2014 - 08:19 GMT

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A baby camel sits at the entrance of a 500-year-old pottery workshop in Guellala in the southern Mediterranean resort island of Djerba. Pilgrims arrived at Tunisia's Ghriba synagogue, the oldest in Africa, expressing hope that this year would mark a turning point for the ritual despite a rise in Islamist unrest since the 2011 revolution. (AFP)
A baby camel sits at the entrance of a 500-year-old pottery workshop in Guellala in the southern Mediterranean resort island of Djerba. Pilgrims arrived at Tunisia's Ghriba synagogue, the oldest in Africa, expressing hope that this year would mark a turning point for the ritual despite a rise in Islamist unrest since the 2011 revolution. (AFP)

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