Teargas being fired in Tunis
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Tear gas fired at Tunis protesters

A state of emergency has been declared in Tunisia amid protests over corruption, unemployment and inflation.

The decree bans more than three people from gathering together in the open, and imposes a night-time curfew.

Police fired tear gas at the protesters outside the interior ministry in Tunis.

  • 14 Jan 2011
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