Tunisian protesters ransack police station in capital
Tunis (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters attacked and ransacked a police station in the Tunisian capital on Thursday in a second day of unrest over the killing of an opposition figure, witnesses said.
Hundreds of youths stormed the police station and threw its furniture, equipment and files into the street before fleeing, the witnesses said.
(Reporting By Tarek Amara; Editing by Angus MacSwan)
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