A young protester has died and at least 15 policemen injured, after Tunisian security forces clashed with Salafis. Police fired teargas and shots into the air to disperse the stone-throwing crowd, which gathered despite a ban.
Some 200 people have been arrested in the weekend clashes, Prime Minister Ali Larayedh said in remarks published on Monday.
Violence broke out in the central city of Kairouan and in the capital, Tunis. Clashes in the Tunis suburb of Ettadhamen erupted between nearly 500...Read Full Story
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