Tunisia: Protesters demand more jobs and higher investment

Protesters in southern Tunisia are becoming impatient over stalled negotiations with the government over jobs in the oil industry and more money spent on development.

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    Protesters in southern Tunisia are becoming impatient over stalled negotiations with the government over jobs in the oil industry and increased expenditure on development.

    A demonstrator was killed last week when security forces fired tear gas to disperse crowds.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Kamour, in the southern Tataouine province.


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