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Protests against police brutality, scarcity continue in Tunisia


Tunis, Jun 15 (EFE/EPA).- Protests against police brutality continued on Tuesday in the Sidi Hassine suburb on the northwestern outskirts of Tunis.The young man Ahmed Ben Amara reportedly died after being beaten by law enforcement officers while in custody. (Camera: MOHAMED MESSARA).SHOT LIST: A PROTEST AGAINST POLICE VIOLENCE IN THE SIDI HASSINE SUBURB ON THE NORTHWESTERN OUTSKIRTS OF TUNIS, TUNISIA.

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