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  • TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
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    TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following President Ben Ali's TV speech where he declared that there would be freedom of the press, several thousand Tunisians came out this morning to test his word. Approximately ten thousand Tunisians protested in front of the Interior Ministry. The police remained calm until mid afternoon when they dispersed the crowd with tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141736

  • TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
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    TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following President Ben Ali's TV speech where he declared that there would be freedom of the press, several thousand Tunisians came out this morning to test his word. Approximately ten thousand Tunisians protested in front of the Interior Ministry. The police remained calm until mid afternoon when they dispersed the crowd with tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141736

  • TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
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    TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following President Ben Ali's TV speech where he declared that there would be freedom of the press, several thousand Tunisians came out this morning to test his word. Approximately ten thousand Tunisians protested in front of the Interior Ministry. The police remained calm until mid afternoon when they dispersed the crowd with tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141736

  • TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
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    TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following President Ben Ali's TV speech where he declared that there would be freedom of the press, several thousand Tunisians came out this morning to test his word. Approximately ten thousand Tunisians protested in front of the Interior Ministry. The police remained calm until mid afternoon when they dispersed the crowd with tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141736

  • TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
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    TUNISIA: Protest demonstration in front of Interior Minist.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following President Ben Ali's TV speech where he declared that there would be freedom of the press, several thousand Tunisians came out this morning to test his word. Approximately ten thousand Tunisians protested in front of the Interior Ministry. The police remained calm until mid afternoon when they dispersed the crowd with tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141736

  • TUNIS: Protest against President Ben Ali
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    TUNIS: Protest against President Ben Ali
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following a morning of peaceful protest against the Ben Ali regime in the center of Tunis, the police disperses the crowd using tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011 /Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141840

  • TUNIS: Protest against President Ben Ali
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    TUNIS: Protest against President Ben Ali
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following a morning of peaceful protest against the Ben Ali regime in the center of Tunis, the police disperses the crowd using tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011 /Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141840

  • TUNIS: Protest against President Ben Ali
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    TUNIS: Protest against President Ben Ali
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following a morning of peaceful protest against the Ben Ali regime in the center of Tunis, the police disperses the crowd using tear gas. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 14, 2011 /Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101141840

  • Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
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    Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following weeks of country-wide protest, Tunisians demonstrated for the first time in the center of Tunis. Approximately ten thousand people marched up and down Av. Bourguiba and protested in front of the dreaded Interior Ministry. The crowd was violently dispersed in the afternoon and President Ben Ali and his family have fled the country. Jan. 14, 2011. Tunis, Tunisia./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101151157

  • Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
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    Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following weeks of country-wide protest, Tunisians demonstrated for the first time in the center of Tunis. Approximately ten thousand people marched up and down Av. Bourguiba and protested in front of the dreaded Interior Ministry. The crowd was violently dispersed in the afternoon and President Ben Ali and his family have fled the country. Jan. 14, 2011. Tunis, Tunisia./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101151157

  • Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
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    Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following weeks of country-wide protest, Tunisians demonstrated for the first time in the center of Tunis. Approximately ten thousand people marched up and down Av. Bourguiba and protested in front of the dreaded Interior Ministry. The crowd was violently dispersed in the afternoon and President Ben Ali and his family have fled the country. Jan. 14, 2011. Tunis, Tunisia./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101151157

  • Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
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    Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following weeks of country-wide protest, Tunisians demonstrated for the first time in the center of Tunis. Approximately ten thousand people marched up and down Av. Bourguiba and protested in front of the dreaded Interior Ministry. The crowd was violently dispersed in the afternoon and President Ben Ali and his family have fled the country. Jan. 14, 2011. Tunis, Tunisia./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101151157

  • Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
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    Tunis: Anti-Ben Ali protest in Tunis.
    01/14/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Following weeks of country-wide protest, Tunisians demonstrated for the first time in the center of Tunis. Approximately ten thousand people marched up and down Av. Bourguiba and protested in front of the dreaded Interior Ministry. The crowd was violently dispersed in the afternoon and President Ben Ali and his family have fled the country. Jan. 14, 2011. Tunis, Tunisia./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101151157

  • TUNIS: Removal of President Ben Ali Poster
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    TUNIS: Removal of President Ben Ali Poster
    01/15/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    The day after the historic uprising of Tunisian people that saw the departure of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, workers remove a giant poster of the president on the Place 7 Nov. 1987. The center is occupied by a large military and police presence. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 15, 2011/Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101151416

  • TUNISIA: The city of Tunis under siege after the fall of president Ben Ali
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    TUNISIA: The city of Tunis under siege after the fall of president Ben Ali
    01/16/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Army Helicopter over the city of Tunis The city of Tunis under siege. Unrest engulfed Tunisia on Saturday after a popular rebellion forced the president to flee. Dozens of inmates were killed in two prison fires, looters emptied shops and torched the main train station and gunfire echoed through the capital.TUNISIA - 15/01/2011//Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101161915

  • Tunis: Unrest in Tunis following fall of Ben Ali departure.
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    Tunis: Unrest in Tunis following fall of Ben Ali departure.
    01/18/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    A fourth successive day of unrest in the center of Tunis following the fall of the regime of President Ben Ali. The people are protesting against the inclusion in the interim government of former RCD members. Several hundred demonstrators on Ave. Bourguiba were dispersed by police. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 18, 2011./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101181808

  • Tunis: Unrest in Tunis following fall of Ben Ali departure.
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    Tunis: Unrest in Tunis following fall of Ben Ali departure.
    01/18/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    A fourth successive day of unrest in the center of Tunis following the fall of the regime of President Ben Ali. The people are protesting against the inclusion in the interim government of former RCD members. Several hundred demonstrators on Ave. Bourguiba were dispersed by police. Tunis, Tunisia. Jan. 18, 2011./Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101181808

  • TUNIS: Tunisians refuse RCD government ministers.
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    TUNIS: Tunisians refuse RCD government ministers.
    01/20/2011
    HALEY/SIPA
    Tunisians continue to demonstrate against the proposed interim government following the departure of President Ben Ali after 23 years of dictatorial rule. Several thousand people demonstrated in front of the former RCD headquarters. Soldiers kept them from climbing the fence. Tunis, TUNISIA-20/01/2011/Credit:HALEY/SIPA/1101201850