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Man sets himself on fire in Tunisian capital
TEHRAN, YJC. -- A man has set himself on fire in the heart of Tunisia’s capital Tunis, according to AFP.
just hours before lawmakers were due to vote on a new government. The badly burned man was still conscious as he was rushed to hospital.