January 26 2011
Riot police in Tunisia used tear gas on Wednesday to disperse hundreds of stone-throwing protesters from the streets of the capital Tunis, Al Jazeera (Qatar) reports.
It is unclear how the clashes near government offices in Tunis began.
Police reportedly also used water cannons against the protesters, causing numerous injuries.
The demonstrators, who appeared to be from rural areas, were calling for the removal of government officials loyal to the ousted regime, witnesses...
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