This is a video about the Tunisian revolution.
From the USA: Robert Naiman, Truthout: “Last Friday, popular protests over unemployment and corruption forced Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali to resign after 23 years in power. A Tunisian prosecutor has opened an investigation into the overseas assets of Ben Ali and his family, much of which are widely believed to be the fruit of corruption and some of which the Tunisian government may try to recover. France, Switzerland and Germany have all announced the freezing of assets linked to the Ben Ali clan; the European Union is considering doing so…. Shouldn’t the US also move to freeze any assets in the US linked to the Ben Ali clan and indicate its full support for Tunisian efforts to recover stolen assets?” Here.
Tunis — Police took to the streets, on Friday, in several Tunisian cities, demonstrating peacefully and voicing their solidarity with the popular marches staged against repression and persecution suffered by Tunisians under the old regime: here.