Tunisians, spurred by the suicide of an unemployed college graduate after police confiscated his fruit cart, have been protesting for weeks over what they consider poor living conditions, high unemployment, government corruption and repression. Last Friday, Tunisia's president fled the country. In the days that followed, crowds of people continued to take to the streets in the nationwide grassroots uprising.
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