Four people have set themselves on fire in Tunisia over the past week, most of whom are protesting continued joblessness a year after the revolution.
A middle-aged woman died Wednesday after setting herself on fire in a Tunisian industrial city, said a local official.
Her suicide followed that of a father of three who set himself on fire in Gafsa Thursday and died five days later. Two others, in the towns of Bizerte and Siliana, survived.
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