Protests in Tunisia

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The Tunisian government, in response to violent protests over unemployment, announced a national curfew on Jan. 22, requiring that anyone not working a night shift or seeking medical attention be off of the streets between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. Anyone found breaking curfew will be arrested.
Tunisians began protesting on Jan. 17 after a young man in the city of Kasserine was electrocuted and killed while climbing a utility pole to voice his objection to being denied a government job. In the town of Fériana on Jan. 21, a policeman was killed when protesters overturned his car.
More than a third of Tunisians age 30 or younger are without work.

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The Tunisian government, in response to violent protests over unemployment, announced a national curfew on Jan. 22, requiring that anyone not working a night shift or seeking medical attention be off of the streets between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. Anyone found breaking curfew will be arrested.
Tunisians began protesting on Jan. 17 after a young man in the city of Kasserine was electrocuted and killed while climbing a utility pole to voice his objection to being denied a government job. In the town of Fériana on Jan. 21, a policeman was killed when protesters overturned his car.
More than a third of Tunisians age 30 or younger are without work.