Ousted Tunisian president's brother-in-law killed

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January 15, 2011 23:24

 
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Tunisian president-in-exile  Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's brother-in-law was killed Saturday, al-Jazeera reported. Details into the death of the president's wife's, Leila Trabelsi's, younger brother have not been released.

The president's brother-in-law's death came at the end of a day of intense protesting in Tunisia that claimed the lives of 57 people escaping from the burning Monastir prison in eastern Tunisia.

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