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Libya's Revolution
Protests are echos of those in Egypt and Tunisia that ended with leaders stepping down
Civil Unrest in Bahrain
Inspired by the recent uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, thousands of demonstrators participate in a 'Day of Rage' across country
Demonstrations in Yemen
Thousands of protesters call for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down
Uprising in Algeria
The day after protesters drove Egypt's longtime leader from power, Algerians were in streets demanding President Bouteflika leave office
After 18 days of protests, Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, who ruled the country for 30 years, steps down
Compilation of reports that focus on events in Tunisia, reactions in neighboring countries
More reports on protests in other countries in the region
Saudi Police Presence Dampens 'Day of Rage'
Officials bracing for rally in Riyadh promoted by activists over Internet as part of effort to demand democratic reforms
Hundreds Rally for Reform in Jordanian Capital
Protests follow new calls by opposition leaders to relieve King Abdullah of many of powers, turn Jordan into constitutional monarchy
Saudi Police Use Force to Disperse Protesters
Witnesses say up to four people were wounded
'Day of Rage' Planned for Saudi Arabia
Call comes after government's ban on protests that was announced earlier this month
Analysts: Saudi Arabia Nervous About Domestic Discontent
As voices grow louder in support of change, analysts warn that Saudi Arabia lacks necessary structures to facilitate rapid reform
UAE Activists Demand Impartial Elections
Move signals how political discontent sweeping Middle East may be reaching oil-rich Gulf federation
Saudi Arabia Bans All Protests
Interior Ministry announces that security forces would use 'all measures' to prevent any attempt to disrupt public order
Thousands Protest in Jordan's Capital
Protesters repeat demand for government reforms a day after prime minister rejects calls for constitutional democracy
In Iraq, Thousands Protest for Better Services
Citizens demonstrate against government, calling for better public services, measures to clean up corruption
Omani Forces Break Up Demonstration
Sultan Qaboos pledges to create 50,000 government jobs, provide monthly benefit of $390 to unemployed
Popular Protests Continue Against Many Arab Governments
Hundreds of thousands turn out across Arab world after Friday prayers to express anger at their leaders
Omanis Protest for 3rd Day in Key Industrial Town
Hundreds of anti-government protesters gather to demand more jobs, higher salaries and democratic reforms in the Gulf state
Clashes Between Police, Protesters Kill 2 in Oman
Reports say at least two people have been killed in a confrontation between security forces and protesters demanding political reforms
Jordanians Politely Demand Reforms
Jordanian protesters take to the streets for eighth consecutive week on Friday, in what many believe to be largest protest yet
Protesters Killed as Iraqis Stage 'Day of Rage' Protest
At least 11 killed, five injured as security forces fire shots to disperse crowds closing in on government buildings
Iran Opposition Leaders Issue Reform Charter
Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi issue proposal calling for constitutional change
 
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