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People take food and other goods from a destroyed store in Tunis, Saturday, Jan. 15. 2011. Unrest engulfed Tunisia on Saturday after a popular rebellion forced the president to flee. Dozens of inmates were killed in two prison fires, looters emptied shops and torched the main train station and gunfire echoed through the capital. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
Photo by: Christophe Ena
People take food and other goods from a destroyed store in Tunis, Saturday, Jan. 15. 2011. Unrest engulfed Tunisia on Saturday after a popular rebellion forced the president to flee. Dozens of inmates were killed in two prison fires, looters emptied shops and torched the main train station and gunfire echoed through the capital. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

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