Day 6 | May 25, 2013 | 9:34

Femen: Topless protests in the Muslim world

Amina Tyler was arrested in Tunisia this week for allegedly scrawling the word "FEMEN" on a wall near a prominent mosque. Femen is a feminist activist group that typically protests topless or in the nude.

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