Tunisia's prime minister Beji Caid-Essebsi, left, talks with Chief of Staff Gen. Rachid Ammar, right, and Defense Minister Abdelkarim Zbidi, in Tunis, Tuesday, Sept.6, 2011. Caid-Essebsi says authorities are stepping up enforcement of a state of emergency after pockets of violence erupted in recent days, new instability after the country's revolution.(AP Photo/Hassene Dridi)

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Tunisia's prime minister Beji Caid-Essebsi, left, talks with Chief of Staff Gen. Rachid Ammar, right,  and Defense Minister Abdelkarim Zbidi, in Tunis, Tuesday, Sept.6, 2011. Caid-Essebsi says authorities are stepping up enforcement of a state of emergency after pockets of violence erupted in recent days, new instability after the country's revolution.(AP Photo/Hassene Dridi)
Tunisia's prime minister Beji Caid-Essebsi, left, talks with Chief of Staff Gen. Rachid Ammar, right, and Defense Minister Abdelkarim Zbidi, in Tunis, Tuesday, Sept.6, 2011. Caid-Essebsi says authorities are stepping up enforcement of a state of emergency after pockets of violence erupted in recent days, new instability after the country's revolution.(AP Photo/Hassene Dridi)
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