SIDI BOUZID, Tunisia (AFP) - Police on Thursday fired warning shots and tear gas to disperse a demonstration in the central Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid, birthplace of last year’s revolution, an AFP journalist reported. One person was wounded by a rubber bullet and four others affected by tear gas were taken to the town’s hospital, an official there said, adding that none of them was in a serious condition. The security forces began firing into the air when the protesters, who were demanding the resignation of the Islamist-led government, tried to force their way into the provincial government headquarters. They broke through the entrance to the compound, the journalist said.