In the birthplace of the uprisings that have swept the Arab world, new freedoms have meant gains for Islamists. Their heightened power, in turn, has led to more intimate confrontations in which many Tunisian families struggle with essential questions of identity.
Tunisia moves forward a year after the uprising.
Al-Azhar, an influential mosque and university, is feeling the pull of new political and religious currents.
Photographers captured many moments of tragedy, bravery and celebration.
Violence continues to escalate between government and opposition forces in the country.