Thousands of Tunisian men and women have left the country to fight alongside ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Authorities believe part of the problem is that these young people are being radicalized in local Tunisian mosques that were taken over by radical Islamists.
The Rocking Steps Crew is a celebrated group of breakdancers, or b-boys. They bill themselves as an alternative to radical Islam. But sometimes the draw of breakdancing isn't enough. Seifeddine Rezgui, who gunned down 38 tourists on a beach last week in Sousse, Tunisia, was once an avid — if not especially proficient — b-boy.
Family and friends believe the man who opened fire at a Tunisian beach resort last Friday was leading a double life. Seif Rezgui, 24, attended Tunisia's Kairouan University, worked at a local café and came from a stable family. But he is said to have joined ISIS, which claimed responsibility for the attack.
Two gunmen killed more than 20 people in Tunisia on Wednesday, shocking the country that many people have called the Arab Spring's only meaningful success story. And while most of the dead were tourists, a Tunisian journalist says locals are feeling the deaths strongly.
The World's Gerry Hadden reports on a potential European Marshall Plan for North Africa. Europe has been giving billions of dollars for decades already. It set up the Union for the Mediterranean to foster cooperation; But the Union has all but failed.
Tens of thousands of people in Libya have been fleeing to Tunisia to escape the fighting. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Firas Kayal, a representative of the UNHCR refugee agency, who is on the border between Tunisia and Libya.
The turmoil in the north African country of Libya figures in today's Geo Quiz: Many are now fleeing the unrest, streaming into several different countries. We're looking for the names of some of those places...