Fifth night of ferocious protests | Tunisia anti-lockdown chaos continues

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    Clashes between police and protesters continued in the Tunisian capital of Tunis for a fifth consecutive night, with shots fired in the air and demonstrators teargassed. The protests were prompted by the imposition of a four-day lockdown.

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