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After the Arab Spring uprisings, it's inevitable that Salafis will help steer the evolution of North Africa's new governments. The challenge is to make sure they do so peacefully.
The riots by ultra-conservative Muslims in Tunisia over issues of blasphemy threaten to destabilize the fledgling democracy, leading legislators to consider some limits to free speech.
A Cat in Paris: This Parisian cat's tale is sweet and inventive animated film, with a dash of noir.
Tensions between Tunisia's secularists and newly empowered Islamists are playing between brothers and sisters, mothers and daughters, as the country drafts a new constitution.
Tunisian elections: Islamist party Nahda is set to do well in today's historic election in Tunisia, which will be a litmus test for the Arab Spring.
Great Books Summer Camp introduces young book lovers to literature they would not typically encounter in the classroom.
The first step is for Obama to reach out to Iranian Americans.
Art form's influence rises, and broadens. A look at three of the genre's stars.