It's difficult to keep track of everything that's happening in the Mideast. We've been producing multiple stories and slideshows to provide a record of what is being reported in Libya, Bahrain, Yemen and Syria. See links to our slideshows below.
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Hundreds of Syrians march from the Omayyed Mosque in the center of Damascus' Old City towards Souk Al-Hamadiyeh Street on March 25, 2011 chanting "Daraa is Syria" and "We will sacrifice ourselves for Syria," as protests spread in Syria from the opposition's southern epicenter of Daraa to Damascus and a town south of the capital, where authorities moved to arrest at least five demonstrators. Click here to read more.
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Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a rally to demand the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh outside Sanaa University on March 25, 2011. Saleh said on Friday he was ready to cede power to prevent more bloodshed in Yemen but only to what he called "safe hands" as a massive "Day of Departure" street protest against him began. Click here to see our “Political unrest in Yemem” slideshow.
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Libyans shout anti-government slogans during a protest following Friday prayers in Benghazi, Libya on March 25, 2011. NATO is planning to take control of all United Nations-mandated military operations against Libya, fully replacing the United States-led coalition that has carried out airstrikes so far, officials in Brussels said Friday. Click here to see our “Conflict in Libya” slideshow.
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Hundreds of residents of the western Shiite Muslim village of Karzakan, Bahrain, march against the Bahraini government after Friday prayers on March 25, 2011. Opponents of the regime, most of them Shia, attempted coordinated large-scale protests Friday, but government forces were prepared with checkpoints around most villages and a heavy police and tank presence. Fighter jets were heard flying over villages. Click here to see our "Bahrain uprising" slideshow.