Tunisians Rise Up Against Austerity Measures
Protests broke out in more than 10 towns against price and tax increases put in place by the government in an attempt to stabilize Tunisia's economic crisis. They turned violent in some places.
Anti-government protest in Tunisia (file photo).
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