Family members of Tunisian who died in the revolution seven years ago, stage a protest in Tunis, Tunisia, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. European governments warned their citizens about potential rioting this weekend, when Tunisia marks seven years since the ouster of longtime strongman President Zine Ben Abidine Ben Ali. Placards reads the name of the people who died in the revolution.
Family members of Tunisian who died in the revolution seven years ago, stage a protest in Tunis, Tunisia, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. European governments warned their citizens about potential rioting this weekend, when Tunisia marks seven years since the ouster of longtime strongman President Zine Ben Abidine Ben Ali. Placards reads the name of the people who died in the revolution. Hassene Dridi AP Photo
Family members of Tunisian who died in the revolution seven years ago, stage a protest in Tunis, Tunisia, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. European governments warned their citizens about potential rioting this weekend, when Tunisia marks seven years since the ouster of longtime strongman President Zine Ben Abidine Ben Ali. Placards reads the name of the people who died in the revolution. Hassene Dridi AP Photo

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