Tunisian activists receive support from local residents

Tunisian residents are bringing food and supplies to a group of protesters. The protesters have extended their sit-in near oilfields in the country's south. They demand better job prospects and economic development.

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    Tunisian residents are bringing food and supplies to a group of protesters.

    The protesters have extended their sit-in near oilfields in the country's south.

    They demand better job prospects and economic development.

    Al Jazeera’s Hoda Abdel Hamid reports from Tataouine


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