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Long-silent victims of Tunisia’s dictatorship speak out – w/Video

Tunis, Tunisia – First came the mothers, one after the other. They condemned the security officials who killed their sons during Tunisia’s 2011 revolution that ousted dictator Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, and the botched judicial procedures that followed. Then came victims of state-sanctioned rape, torture, and forced disappearances. Their voices rang clear on televisions and radios…

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