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    Anger Mounts in Tunisia as Protests Continue Over Joblessnessi
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    January 25, 2016 10:58 PM
    As Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid pleads for patience following a week of violent nationwide protests, young people in Kasserine - where the protests started - took to the streets again Monday. As Mariama Diallo reports, the protesters are demanding the government provide jobs, education and social services.

    Anger Mounts in Tunisia as Protests Continue Over Joblessness

    Published January 25, 2016

    As Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid pleads for patience following a week of violent nationwide protests, young people in Kasserine - where the protests started - took to the streets again Monday. As Mariama Diallo reports, the protesters are demanding the government provide jobs, education and social services.


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