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"Down with the coup" shout anti-President protestors in Tunis


Tunisians shout "down with the coup" during a demonstration in Tunis against Tunisian President Kais Saied's exceptional measures as the North African country marks the new anniversary date of the start of the 2011 Revolution after the president changed the date from January 14 to December 17. IMAGES

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