Petrol bombs thrown at Jewish school in Tunisia during anti-government protest
A Jewish school in southern Tunisia was hit by petrol bombs during anti government protests, witnesses said on Wednesday.
No one was hurt but the school suffered some light damage in the attack late on Tuesday during a violent protest against austerity measures in the tourist resort island of Djerba, the head of the Jewish community, Perez Trabelsi, told Reuters.
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