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Clashes In Tunis At Funeral Of Opposition Leader

The assassination of Chokri Belaid has sparked protests. Emotions are running as high as they were two years ago at the start of the Arab Spring.

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A car burns during clashes between demonstrators and secuitry forces on Friday in Sidi Bouzid.

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In Egypt, Anti-Government 'Day Of Revolt' Under Way

Protesters have taken to the streets in demonstrations inspired in part by recent events in Tunisia. Police have reportedly used tear gas and water cannons.

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