Tunisia's revolution: Relatives of victims demand justice

The government has not released a list of those killed and wounded in the revolution, stymying attempts to seek justice against members of the regimes security forces or get medical care for injuries suffered during the revolution.

    Families of people killed in Tunisia's revolution say they're still seeking justice, seven years on.

    They accuse members of the security forces of being responsible for the deaths of their relatives and want to see them held to account.

    Al Jazeera's met a mother who says the deposed regime is responsible for her son's death.

    Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Tunis, Tunisia.


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