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  • throwing stones and gasoline bombs.

  • The streets in Tunisia's capital were on fire late Monday as hundreds of young people clashed with police.

  • Protests erupted days after the 10 year anniversary off the Arab spring that was sparked when a fruit seller set himself on fire and inspired a wave of revolt across North Africa and the Middle East.

  • In Tunisia, it brought democracy, but little material game anger has been growing over joblessness and poor state services.

  • Around 300 young men confronted police in the capital's at a diamonds district, and violence followed in several Tunisian cities.

  • It's uncertain whether demonstrations will last without clear political leadership or backing from major political parties.

  • The crowd and at a diamond chanted no slogans on Monday as they clashed with police.

  • But a recently graduated young protester who spoke to Reuters said the goal was to expose their daily struggles calling for jobs and dignity.

  • Tunisia was headed toward an economic crisis even before the global health crisis.

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Tunisians protest after Arab Spring anniversary

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/21
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