Ali Abdullah Saleh, the outgoing leader of Yemen who was pushed from power in an Arab Spring protest last year, has left the United States after receiving treatment there for injuries he sustained in last year's bombing — part of months of protest leading up to his losing power.
Tunisia's new government is now headed by the formerly-banned Islamist party called Ennahda. The government says it is focused on boosting the economy, but some worry that Ennahda says one thing while doing another.
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.
The Islamic Ennahda party has the largest bloc in Tunisia's new constitutional assembly. Critics of Ennahda worry it will change the country's predominantly secular legal codes. Tunisia's Jews say they're not worried, at least not yet.
In the last absolute monarchy in Africa, Swaziland, the people have grown discontented with the poverty and lack of freedoms they must endure. Thus far, though, the spirit of Arab Spring has remained far away from the country, near South Africa.
We're focusing on art associated with a particular North African country in today's Geo Quiz. The country we're looking for is the northernmost in Africa and they've come up with a style of painting that they call "collaborative painting"...