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Frustration and fury on the streets of Tunis

Euronews' correspondant in Tunis, Jamel Ezzedini, was able to get exclusive pictures of some of the latest violence in the Tunisian capital.

The unrest prompted the president to make a television announcement urging the army and police not to use firearms, and calling for peace. But by that time one man had been shot in front of our reporter, along with an unconfirmed number of others, some fatally.

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