Tunisia: Ben Ali Gets Jail Sentence

The Tunis Military Court sentenced ex-prime minister Mohamed Ghannouchi to 20 years jail in absentia in the Ouardanine affair.
  • Tunisia:  Ben Ali Sentenced to 20 Years' Jail

    Tunis Afrique Presse, 13 June 2012

    Ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was sentenced to 20 years jail in absentia in the Ouardanine affair, reported on Wednesday authorised sources of the military justice. read more »

Photo: Al Jazeera

Protesters (file photo).

  • Tunisia:  Q&A On the Trial of Ben Ali, Others for Killing Protesters

    Human Rights Watch, 11 June 2012

    1. What is the Ben Ali trial all about? read more »

  • Tunisia:  Injured of the Uprising Urgently Need Care

    Human Rights Watch, 28 May 2012

    Many victims of police violence during Tunisia's 2010-2011 uprising have received neither proper care nor effective government compensation for their injuries, Human Rights Watch ... read more »

  • Tunisia:  Ex-PM Says Ben Ali Wanted to Kill Protestors

    Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 16 January 2012

    Tunisia's ex-prime minister Mohamed Ghannouchi told a tribunal Monday that toppled strongman Zine El Abidine Ben Ali had wanted to kill at least 1,000 protestors demanding his ... read more »

  • Tunisia:  Top Ben Ali Officials On Trial for Involvement in Killing of Protesters

    Tunisia Live, 3 January 2012

    Today, January 3rd, trial proceedings addressing those killed and wounded in the uprisings prior to the ouster of Ben Ali were resumed. The trial was held at the Military Court of ... read more »

  • Tunisia:  Trial of Martyrs' Killers Begins Today

    Tunisia Live, 21 December 2011

    Today, the Military Criminal Court in Tunis initiated proceedings in a case involving the compensation of martyrs and individuals wounded during the revolution in the governorates ... read more »