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Tunisia remains in fragile state
Security concerns persist in Tunis, amid reports of renewed clashes between forces and protesters.
Last Modified: 17 Jan 2011 12:51 GMT

There are still security concerns in Tunisia, even though the overnight curfew has been lifted in the capital Tunis.

Some citizens are concerned and remain sceptical about the current government, despite Ben Ali having left the country.

Locals man barricades to protect their property, the army continues to patrol the streets, and there are reports of renewed clashes between protesters and security forces.

Al Jazeera's James Bays reports from Tunis.

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