Tunisia: 1 Protester Killed in Crackdown Against Anti-Austerity Protests

HeadlineJan 09, 2018

In Tunisia, anti-austerity protests are spreading across the country, after the government announced it was raising taxes and hiking fuel prices. At least one protester was killed and five others were injured amid a police crackdown against the protests on Monday. The Tunisian Interior Ministry says the 55-year-old protester likely died after inhaling tear gas.

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