Ben Ali charged with Ouardanine protestor deaths
Ousted Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, wife Leila and nephew Kais were charged in a Sousse court for "plotting against the internal security of the state, inciting chaos, murder or looting in Tunisian territory", TAP reported on Wednesday (May 5th). This latest in a series of criminal complaints against the ex-president and his family involves the fatal shootings of protestors on January 15th, 2011 in Ouardanine, near Monastir. More than a dozen security officers have also been charged in the incident, which left six dead and 13 wounded.
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