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Second man dies after clashes between Tunisian Salafis, police

A woman pushing a baby stroller walks past an armoured personnel carrier patrolling near a police station in Dawar Hicher, near the capital Tunis October 31, 2012. One person was killed when police opened fire during clashes with hardline Salafi Muslims in the Tunisian capital Tunis on Tuesday, a security source said, in the latest sign of religious tensions in the home of the "Arab Spring". REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

A woman pushing a baby stroller walks past an armoured personnel carrier patrolling near a police station in Dawar Hicher, near the capital Tunis October 31, 2012. One person was killed when police opened fire during clashes with hardline Salafi...more

A woman pushing a baby stroller walks past an armoured personnel carrier patrolling near a police station in Dawar Hicher, near the capital Tunis October 31, 2012. One person was killed when police opened fire during clashes with hardline Salafi Muslims in the Tunisian capital Tunis on Tuesday, a security source said, in the latest sign of religious tensions in the home of the "Arab Spring". REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
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An armoured personnel carrier patrols near a police station in Dawar Hicher near the capital Tunis October 31, 2012. One person was killed when police opened fire during clashes with hardline Salafi Muslims in the Tunisian capital Tunis on Tuesday, a security source said, in the latest sign of religious tensions in the home of the "Arab Spring". REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

An armoured personnel carrier patrols near a police station in Dawar Hicher near the capital Tunis October 31, 2012. One person was killed when police opened fire during clashes with hardline Salafi Muslims in the Tunisian capital Tunis on Tuesday, a...more

An armoured personnel carrier patrols near a police station in Dawar Hicher near the capital Tunis October 31, 2012. One person was killed when police opened fire during clashes with hardline Salafi Muslims in the Tunisian capital Tunis on Tuesday, a security source said, in the latest sign of religious tensions in the home of the "Arab Spring". REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
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