28 November 2012

Tunisia: Security Forces Pull Out From Siliana

Photo: La Presse
Protesters in Siliana.

Tunis — Security forces pulled out from the city of Siliana after Wednesday's clashes which injured 150 persons, noted TAP correspondent in the region. The spokesman for the Interior Ministry denied reports of the resignation of the governor of Siliana in the wake of protests in the region.

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Protesters in Siliana.

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