Angry Crowds Keep Tunisia on EdgeProtests continued into the weekend in Tunisia as huge crowds turned out in Tunis to demand the resignation of the country's interim prime minister, an ally of ousted President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali.
Protests continued into the weekend in Tunisia as huge crowds turned out in Tunis to demand the resignation of the country’s interim prime minister, an ally of ousted President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. –JCL
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Police and masked men in civilian clothes, armed with sticks, moved through streets looking for protesters.
The renewed protest comes a day after police cleared huge crowds from the streets demanding the resignation of the interim prime minister.
That was the biggest rally since the president fled after weeks of unrest.
On Friday police fired tear gas and warning shots to disperse demonstrators.
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