For the first time I have found an article putting it all together in one place.
Recap of developments in Middle East, North Africa
Agence France-Presse February 21, 2011 – 5:22 pm
Here are the latest developments in unrest sweeping the Middle East and North Africa following uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia that toppled their
LIBYA Angry Libyan protesters attacked the state broadcaster and set government buildings ablaze on Monday as the son of leader Muammar Gaddafi warned
the country faces civil war and “rivers of blood.”
BAHRAIN Protesters carrying food and tents poured into Manama’s Pearl Square, intensifying their calls for an end to the Sunni Al-Khalifa dynasty
that has ruled the strategic Gulf kingdom for centuries.
YEMEN Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in power since 1978, vowed not to quit under pressure from the street, as MPs joined thousands of
protesters in Sanaa calling for his departure.
IRAQ Iraq scrambled to head off further protests by cutting politicians’ pay and ramping up support for the needy after a teenage demonstrator was
killed at a rally in the country’s north.
EGYPT British Prime Minister David Cameron held talks in Cairo on Monday, on the first trip by a foreign leader to the Egyptian capital since the
downfall of longtime president Hosni Mubarak.
TUNISIA EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton called on the protest-hit transition government to ensure religious tolerance after the gruesome
killing of a Polish priest.
MOROCCO Five burned bodies were found in a bank set ablaze in a north Moroccan town in unrest that erupted after weekend demonstrations for change,
Interior Minister Taib Cherkaoui said.
IRAN Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei blasted “cancerous” Israel, a day after its premier Benjamin Netanyahu denounced the planned
passage of Iranian warships through the Suez Canal.
KUWAIT A group of Kuwaiti writers and journalists urged the government to reopen the office of Qatar’s Al-Jazeera news channel closed more than two
JORDAN Jordan has asked the Libyan authorities to help bring home its citizens after a deadly crackdown on anti-regime protesters in the north African
DJIBOUTI Djibouti authorities have “provisionally released” three top opposition leaders briefly detained after unprecedented protests demanding
regime change, the state prosecutor said Sunday.
SYRIA A jailed Syrian Kurdish blogger and rights activist, Kamal Hussein Sheikho, is on a hunger strike, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said
ALGERIA Anti-government protests that toppled rulers in Tunisia and Egypt will not spread to Algeria as part of a “domino effect” across the
region, Algerian Foreign Minister Mourad Medelci said in an interview published Sunday.
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