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Lebanon's Court of Cassation rejected Friday a request from Tunisia to confiscate funds in the Lebanese account of ousted president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's wife.Headed by Judge Jean Eid, the court rejected the Justice Ministry's request to execute a judicial decision taken by Tunisia's Magistrates Court to confiscate the money belonging to Laila Trabelsi. Trabelsi's money was in a Lebanese-Canadian bank account which was closed down in 2011, making the Lebanese government responsible for it.
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