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PHOTO GALLERY: Protests in Tunisia over austerity measures


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Tunisian police track down rioters in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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Tunisian police track down rioters in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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Tunisian protestors throw stones towards security forces in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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Tunisian protestors throw stones towards security forces in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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Tear gas smoke billows as Tunisian protestors throw stones towards security forces in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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Tear gas smoke billows as Tunisian protestors throw stones towards security forces in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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Tear gas smoke billows as Tunisian protestors throw stones towards security forces in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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TOPSHOT - Tunisian protestors throw stones towards security forces in Tunis' Djebel Lahmer district early on January 10, 2018 after price hikes ignited protests in the North African country AFP
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