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PHOTO GALLERY: 5 years after Ben Ali fled,Tunisians still demand jobs, clash with police


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Tunisians shout slogans during an anti-government demonstration
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Tunisians ride a scooter in front of burning tires used as a roadblock by demonstrators demanding jobs in the central city of Kasserine
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A young Tunisian rides his scooter in front of a burning tires used as a roadblock by demonstrators demanding jobs in the central city of Kasserine
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Young Tunisians throw stones towards policemen
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Tunisians shout slogans during an anti-government demonstration
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Tunisian youth face riot policemen amid tear gas smoke
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Tunisian youths face riot policemen amid tear gas smoke during clashes following a protest to demand jobs in the central city of Kasserine on January 20, 2016. Photos: #AFP)

Authorities imposed a curfew on the impoverished city, where tensions have been high since January 16, 2016 when a young unemployed man suffered a fatal electric shock during a protest. 
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