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"Star Wars" fan dressed as stormtroopers parade along Tunis’ stately, tree-lined Bourguiba Avenue, in Tunisia, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. (AP Photo/Aimen Zine)

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"Star Wars" fan dressed as stormtroopers parade along Tunis’ stately, tree-lined Bourguiba Avenue, in Tunisia, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. (AP Photo/Aimen Zine)

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Star Wars fans dressed as stormtroopers parade along Tunis’ stately, tree-lined Bourguiba Avenue, in Tunisia, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. The empire was not striking back against the poster child for Arab democracy — just an innovative campaign to encourage tourists to return to this sunny desert-and-beach nation in North Africa. "We came here to Tunis to help save the Star Wars sites in Matmata and Tozeur and convince people to return to Tunisia," said Ingo Kaiser, head of a Star Wars fan club in Europe, referring to the movie sets that are slowly being covered up by sand in the Tunisian desert. (AP Photo/Aimen Zine)

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A Star Wars fan wearing a stormtrooper costume parades along Tunis’ stately, tree-lined Bourguiba Avenue, in Tunisia, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. The empire was not striking back against the poster child for Arab democracy — just an innovative campaign to encourage tourists to return to this sunny desert-and-beach nation in North Africa. "We came here to Tunis to help save the Star Wars sites in Matmata and Tozeur and convince people to return to Tunisia," said Ingo Kaiser, head of a Star Wars fan club in Europe, referring to the movie sets that are slowly being covered up by sand in the Tunisian desert. (AP Photo/Aimen Zine)

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Star Wars fan dressed as stormtroopers parade along Tunis’ stately, tree-lined Bourguiba Avenue, in Tunisia, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. The empire was not striking back against the poster child for Arab democracy — just an innovative campaign to encourage tourists to return to this sunny desert-and-beach nation in North Africa. "We came here to Tunis to help save the Star Wars sites in Matmata and Tozeur and convince people to return to Tunisia," said Ingo Kaiser, head of a Star Wars fan club in Europe, referring to the movie sets that are slowly being covered up by sand in the Tunisian desert. (AP Photo/Aimen Zine)

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Star Wars fans wearing stormtrooper costumes parade along Tunis’ stately, tree-lined Bourguiba Avenue, in Tunisia, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. The empire was not striking back against the poster child for Arab democracy — just an innovative campaign to encourage tourists to return to this sunny desert-and-beach nation in North Africa. "We came here to Tunis to help save the Star Wars sites in Matmata and Tozeur and convince people to return to Tunisia," said Ingo Kaiser, head of a Star Wars fan club in Europe, referring to the movie sets that are slowly being covered up by sand in the Tunisian desert. (AP Photo/Aimen Zine)