Tunisia

Conflict & Justice

Political unrest continues in Tunisia

After an uprising drove out Tunisia's unpopular and oppressive president out more than a week ago, political unrest continues. David Kirkpatrick, Middle East correspondent for The New York Times and Renee Rutta, an American living in Tunis, explain.

Global Politics

Tunisia's political progress

Tunisia begins three days of mourning today to remember those killed in the recent uprising. A new, interim government is in place and held its first cabinet meeting. Borzou Daragahi of the Los Angeles Times is in Tunis and speaks to anchor Marco Werman.

Recovering Tunisia's money

Ousted president, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family are worth an estimated $5 billion. Some people are trying to get the money back.

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