Children read an edition of the “Qaws Quzah” (Rainbow) magazine, in Tunis October 9, 2012. The publishers of Qaws Quzah are to be prosecuted for telling its young readers how to make a petrol bomb, officials said on Tuesday. The magazine, read for decades in Tunisia by boys and girls aged 5 to 15, has no political orientation. But the article touched a raw nerve in a country still seeking to tame the unrest stirred up by last year’s successful revolution, the first of the Arab Spring. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi