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Police use force to break up Tunisia protest

Tunis : Tunisia | Apr 09, 2012 at 5:06 AM PDT
Source: Al Jazeera
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02 Human rights activists and unemployed student graduates demand the right to work and to protest [Reuters] Police in Tunisia have fired tear gas to disperse a rally to commemorate Martyrs' Day and protest against worsening economic situation and lack of employment in the north African nation. FULL ARTICLE AT Al Jazeera
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Demonstrators run for cover as the police fire tear gas to break up a protest in Tunis
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