In Tunisia, there's a growing disagreement between conservative Muslims and secular Tunisian used to the way things were under the previous regime. While no one misses the Ben Ali regime, many of the secular people worry that they'll be overwhelmed by fundamentalists.
CNN obtained violent video footage of an Egyptian woman being stomped on a stripped by Egyptian security forces and in the aftermath of that violence, thousands of women have taken to the streets in protest.
As Libya moves into a post-Moammar Gaddafi world, the government is trying to recover the assets that Gaddafi had stashed overseas for his own, personal fain. They're working, for example, to seize a luxury mansion in the U.K.
A New York Times investigation found that between 40 and 70 Libyan civilians were killed during the NATO-led bombing campaign that ultimately helped oust Muammar Gaddafi from power.
The Time Person of the Year for 2011 looks at the year of protests that have really circled the globe. From Tunisia to Syria, Egypt to Russia, China to the United States, the dissatisfied and disaffected have taken to the streets in an attempt to improve their lots or change their countries.
As Egypt counts the votes in its elections, one group that's not winning is the workers. They want a package of reforms to improve their lives, but so far they haven't been able to organize effectively and make their power felt — despite being instrumental in the overthrow of the country's leaders.
Karman will be the youngest person to receive the prize, an honor she's getting in recognition of the leading role she's played in the Arab Spring protests in Yemen.
In the aftermath of the overthrow of Moammar Gaddafi, Libya is trying to get guns and heavy weaponry off the streets. So far, it hasn't proved easy.
Samira Ibrahim is speaking out against mistreatment she said she was subjected to by the Egyptian Army. The Tahrir Square protester said she was detained back in March, beaten and abused, including being subject to a "virginity test."
Lines were dozens and sometimes hundreds deep as Egyptians turned out for what they hoped are the country's free and fair elections, and were certainly the first elections since the overthrow of former President Hosni Mubarak.