Tunisian Woman Claims Raped By Police, Charged With Indecency

Has become a rallying point for opponents to the Islamist-led government that came in after Arab Spring protests took down Ben Ali


It was one of the worst nights of his life, one he will never forget.

The evening started out fairly innocuously. It was September 3, and Ahmed T. was driving through a suburb of Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, with his fiancée, Miriam S. [Names changed to protect their identities.]