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Tunisia violence broke out in the capital city of tunis after police arrested a member of a hardline Muslim sect.
Security officials -- cops opened fire -- crowd attacked their station religious and secular factions have battled for control of government.
Since a moderate Islamist party won the election last year.
Police used armored trucks and water cannons to fight off protesters outside a prison in the southeast.
Some inmates in that prison or on -- hunger strike demanding more rights for their Kurdish minority group.
Protesters reportedly threw stones and firebombs at the cops.
-- narcotics officers incinerated more than ten tons of cocaine in the capital city of Lima.
And they say that's only about a quarter of the illegal drugs they burned so far this year.
US and United Nations officials -- Peru is now likely the world's biggest source of cocaine.
-- up a young man in a southern city is taking his passion for the paper folding art of origami to the next level.
His house is full of people credence.
And now he's worked on a project to hold a single giant sheet of paper into 100 conjoined cranes.
He says he hopes derided her own book on origami that's -- -- -- this -- trip round the world.
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