Saturday, January 15, 2011
Tunisia President Flees as Army Takes Control
The Tunisian army has taken control of the North African nation after President Zine El Abidin Ben Ali reportedly left the country over increasing public discontent.
Ben Ali left the country for Malta on Friday shortly after sacking his cabinet members and commissioning Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi to form a new government, AFP reported.
Sources close to the government say members of the Ben Ali family have been arrested.'
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