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After Neila Charchour Hachicha published her article in NRO yesterday, the Tunisian government cut-off access to her website from within Tunisia; it can still be accessed from outside Tunisia. The Tunisian government can do this, she says, because of technical assistance provided by Cisco Systems and Nice Systems. Any Tunisian who now tries to access her website within Tunisia will get the message below.

Impossible de trouver la page

Il est possible que la page recherchée ait été supprimée, que son nom ait changé ou qu’elle ne soit pas disponible pour le moment.

Essayez de la manière suivante :

* Si vous avez entré l’adresse de cette page dans la barre d’adresses, vérifiez qu’elle est correcte,
* Ouvrez la page de démarrage et recherchez des liens vers les informations voulues.
* Cliquez sur le bouton Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet.Précédente pour essayer un autre lien.
* Cliquez sur Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet. search.gif (114 bytes)Rechercher pour trouver des informations sur Internet.

HTTP 404 – Fichier non trouvé

The United Nations last year, honored Tunis at the site of its World Summit on the Information Society. That was as fitting a choice as Libya chairing the human rights commission. The Tunisian government and its embassy in Washington should be ashamed of themselves.


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