Weekly Roundup: Tunisia Investigates Ousted President’s Swiss Accounts, U.S. Eyes Dominican Republic Sanctions for Human Trafficking, and More

News about political unrest in Tunisia dominated the week, with Tunisian prosecutors announcing an investigation into ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's's foreign bank accounts and the arrest of 33 family members, the BBC said Thursday. More Meanwhile, the anti-corruption group Transparency International (TI) filed charges with the French public prosecutor against Ben Ali, who fled Tunisia last Friday in the wake of widespread protests, alleging his assets are a result of embezzlement of public funds, according to the Monday TI press release. The group also filed a complaint against the president's wife, who is believed to have fled Tunisia...