Been very slack here keeping track of the Arab Uprisings that have unleashed so much chaos and so many joyous scenes in the past 3 months.
But Antiwar has an excellent round-up :
- Morocco: Thousands take to the streets of Rabat and Casablanca demanding the king give up many of his powers.
- Algeria: Several injured as police broke up protests in central Algiers.
- Tunisia: Seeks the extradition of their former dictator to charge him with crimes related to the crackdown.
- Libya: Seriously? Too much stuff to mention in a single blurb.
- East Libya: Virtually a separate country at this point.
- Albania: Still facing growing unrest.
- Egypt: Strikes linger despite Mubarak’s ouster.
- Syria: Struggling to buy off growing protests with cash payments.
- Jordan: Eight injured as protests continue.
- Iraq: Protests across the south and in Iraqi Kurdistan.
- Iran: Major police presence, protests planned for later in the week.
- Bahrain: Protesters are still there, despite government crackdowns.
- Pakistan: Threats for revolution if govt releases Raymond Davis.
- China: Govt censors foreign news. Small protest at Beijing McDonalds.
The Guardian also has a more detailed round-up here, from February 20.