Tunisian protesters clash with riot police, unseen, in Siliana, Tunisia, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The army moved into a southwestern Tunisian town, an official and witnesses said Friday, the fourth day of protests that have injured more than 300 people. President Moncef Marzouki said on television that the North African country's government has not "met the expectations of the people" and asked that a new one, smaller and specialized to deal with the unrest, be formed. The current government has about 80 members. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)

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Tunisian protesters clash with riot police, unseen, in Siliana, Tunisia, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The army moved into a southwestern Tunisian town, an official and witnesses said Friday, the fourth day of protests that have injured more than 300 people. President Moncef Marzouki said on television that the North African country's government has not "met the expectations of the people" and asked that a new one, smaller and specialized to deal with the unrest, be formed. The current government has about 80 members. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)
Tunisian protesters clash with riot police, unseen, in Siliana, Tunisia, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The army moved into a southwestern Tunisian town, an official and witnesses said Friday, the fourth day of protests that have injured more than 300 people. President Moncef Marzouki said on television that the North African country's government has not "met the expectations of the people" and asked that a new one, smaller and specialized to deal with the unrest, be formed. The current government has about 80 members. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi)
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