Frustrated with the persistent lack of opportunities five years after the Arab Spring, people are taking to the streets in Tunisia once again. Their message to Tunisian authorities is clear: Provide jobs or risk another revolution.
Protesters have lit flares and shouted anti-government slogans on the seventh anniversary of the Arab Spring uprising. Anti-austerity rallies have slammed a government decision to raise taxes amid an economic slump.
Tunisia's government has announced a new package of social reforms worth nearly $70 million. The North African country has been rocked by protests ahead of the seventh anniversary of the Arab Spring uprising.
Tunisians have taken to the streets of several cities including the capital in a third night of violent protests. The government has vowed to crack down.
Demonstrations have swept Tunisia due to government austerity measures, and the country's democracy has advanced since its 2011 revolution that ushered in the Arab Spring. But does this transition come at a cost?
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