Muslim Riots Spread Into Tunisia

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    Muslim Riots Spread Into Tunisia
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    Read more: Anti-US protests spread to Tunisia as protesters try to storm embassy - NYPOST.com

    Wow, Obama's middle east-north Africa policies seem to have failed.
     
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    Oh, so now you've switched over to Rupert Murdoch's crazy shit.
     
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    Tunisians demand that government quits, crisis grows
    Thu, Aug 08, 2013 - Tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets of the Tunisian capital on Tuesday to demand the resignation of the government as the political crisis in the North African nation deepened.
     
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    RIOTS OVER ECONOMY BREAK OUT IN TUNISIA
    Jan 11,`14 -- Riots over Tunisia's economy flared overnight in towns around the country, leaving one dead and posing an immediate challenge to the new prime minister and the country's path to democracy.
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    One Shot Dead as Protesters Clash with Police Across Tunisia
    January 11, 2014 — One man was shot dead in clashes in a Tunisian city near the Algerian border late on Friday after protesters tried to storm a customs office in one of several demonstrations across the country.
     

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