epa02521745 A Tunisian demostrator injured in clashes with security forces lays on the ground on January 9, 2011 in Regueb, near Sidi Bouzid. Protests sparked by high youth unemployment have spread from the central town of Sidi Bouzid to other parts chiefly in the north African country's interior, which lags behind the prosperous coastal areas.At least 20 people were killed in weekend clashes with police in two central Tunisian towns amid protests over the cost of living, the opposition said today, contradicting an official toll of two dead. EP EPA/STR EPA/STR | Location: SIDI BOUZID, Tunisia.
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