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Summary.     Click for More > Police move in on Bahrain protesters More than 200 killed in Benghazi massacre   Protesters used an explosives-laden car in an attempt to gain entry into a military camp and clashes were reported in a funeral procession Libyan rebels locked in battles Saudi police open fire at protest U.N. approves no-fly zone over Libya Fighting reported near Benghazi Coalition launches Libya attacks  The UK, the US and France have begun attacking Libya as enforcement of the UN-mandated no-fly zone gets under way Obama made major Middle East speech Yemen's presidential compound attacked Top Libyan rebel commander killed Army, protesters clash, killing 71 Rebels move into central Tripoli Protesters break into Israeli embassy   Libya interim leader: Gadhafi dead   Longtime Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi has been killed, interim Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril said Libya's new leaders declare liberation Islamists win Tunisia's elections Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square Yemen leader signs deal to quit Arab League observers arrive in Syria
Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins   Army tanks and armored personnel carriers patrolled Tunis, a day after Ghannouchi announced that he is the interim president Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear Huge crowds in Cairo for 'departure day'   Mubarak steps down, vice president says
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  Hosni Mubarak is stepping down from the presidency, VP Omar Suleiman said, prompting Cairo demonstrators to chant 'Egypt is free!'.    Mubarak ruled for 30 years, suppressing dissent and protest. The news was gre...
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January 2011 ... more > Top ^
Jan.14
  Army tanks and armored personnel carriers patrolled Tunis, a day after Ghannouchi announced that he is the interim president.    Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali has fled with his family to Saudi Ar...
Jan.17  N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation Jan.25  3 dead after thousands protest Jan.29  Embattled Mubarak appoints deputy   Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear   Defiance and hope replaced Friday's scenes of widespread chaos and violence but at least five people were reported dead in clashes

February 2011 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  King dismisses government, appoints PM Feb.4   Huge crowds in Cairo for 'departure day'   Tens of thousands are taking part in a 'day of departure' to try to oust Mubarak. There is an increased army presence in Cairo's Tahrir Squa...  Tens of thousands demand change Feb.11   Mubarak steps down, vice president says
  Hosni Mubarak is stepping down from the presidency, VP Omar Suleiman said, prompting Cairo demonstrators to chant 'Egypt is free!'
 Mubarak ruled for 30 years, suppressing dissent and protest. The news was greeted with a huge outburst of joy and celebration by thousands in Tahrir Square
Feb.12  Egypt moves to reassure allies Feb.14  Unrest spread across M East and N Africa Feb.16   Police move in on Bahrain protesters   At least two people were killed early morning when police swarmed into the capital, Manama, to roust protesters from the Pearl Roundabout Feb.20   More than 200 killed in Benghazi massacre
Map of Benghazi Libya
  Protesters used an explosives-laden car in an attempt to gain entry into a military camp and clashes were reported in a funeral procession.    The son of Moammar Gadhafi proposed the speedy implementation of significant democratic reforms in the restrictive cou...
Feb.22  Defiant Gaddafi refuses to quit Feb.26  UN passes Gaddafi sanction vote

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Mar.4 Libyan rebels locked in battles   Rebel-held Zawiya, just 50km west of Tripoli, was the subject of a fierce government assault Mar.10  Rebels forced from Libya oil port Saudi police open fire at protest   Three people were taken to the hospital after Saudi security forces fired on scores of protesters in the city of Qatif Mar.17 U.N. approves no-fly zone over Libya   Joyous Libyan rebels in Benghazi erupted with fireworks and gunfire after the Security Council voted to impose a no-fly zone Mar.18  Libyan government calls for cease-fire Fighting reported near Benghazi   Explosions are heard in Libya's rebel-stronghold of Benghazi as a fighter jet is shot down over the city, in spite of a declared ceasefire Mar.19 Coalition launches Libya attacks
  The UK, the US and France have begun attacking Libya as enforcement of the UN-mandated no-fly zone gets under way
 US and the UK have fired more than 110 missiles. Gaddafi has said he will open arms depots to the people
Mar.20 Egyptians approve constitutional changes
Mar.21 Gadhafi's momentum stopped Mar.23 15 killed in Syria clashes Mar.27 Libyan rebels sweeping westwards Mar.30  Gaddafi forces push rebels back Libyan foreign minister defects  Syria leaves state of emergency in place

April 2011 ... more > Top ^
Apr.7  Nato raid kills Libyan rebels Apr.8 Forces fire on Syrian protesters
Apr.13 Hosni Mubarak's detention ordered  Libyan rebels get boost at summit Apr.15  Clashes at mass protest in Syria Apr.18  Syria protesters take over square Apr.19  Britain sending military team to Libya Apr.22 75 Killed After Security Forces Open Fire Apr.23 President Saleh agrees to step down Apr.24 Nato strike hits Gaddafi compound Apr.25  Syria launches bloody new crackdown Apr.30 Syrian troops storm Daraa mosque  Nato strike 'kills Gaddafi's son

May 2011 ... more > Top ^
May.1  'Tanks firing' protest city of Daraa May.13  US not recognising rebel council May.15  Clashes erupt along Israel's border May.16  Arrest warrant sought for Gadhafi May.18  U.S. sanctions target Syrian president May.19   Obama made major Middle East speech
  President Barack Obama has given a key US policy speech about the Middle East and the wider Arab world  NATO aircraft target Tripoli's seaport May.27  G8 leaders calls on Gaddafi to go May.30  South African leader visits Gadhafi

June 2011 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3 Yemen's presidential compound attacked
Map of Sanaa Yemen  President, prime minister and other senior government officials were injured during the shelling of the presidential compound in Sanaa  Troops 'kill 34' at Syria protest  NATO uses attack helicopters Jun.4  Yemen's Saleh 'in Saudi Arabia Jun.7  Tribal fighters take over major city  Yemen's Saleh 'gravely wounded' Jun.12  Heavy fighting in Jisr al-Shughour Jun.13  Dozens of doctors and nurses on trial Jun.18  Tripoli 'Nato strike kills five' Jun.20  Ben Ali sentenced to jail in absentia Jun.26  Fierce fighting near to Tripoli Jun.27 ICC issues warrant for Gadhafi

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Jul.1  Hundreds of thousands in protests Jul.15  U.S. recognizes Libyan rebels' authority Jul.28 Top Libyan rebel commander killed
Map of Benghazi Libya  Gen Abdel Fattah Younes, the military commander of the Libyan rebels fighting to topple Col Muammar Gaddafi, has been killed Jul.31 Army, protesters clash, killing 71
Map of Hama Syria  Syrian tanks stormed the flashpoint city of Hama in one of several clashes nationwide that left at least 67 dead and more than 100 injured

August 2011 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3  Mubarak pleads not guilty Aug.7  Syrian tanks, bulldozers roll into Deir Ezzor Aug.12  Syrian tanks move into another town Aug.14 21 dead after naval forces shell city
Aug.15  Palestinians 'flee Syrian camp' Aug.18  Obama says al-Assad must go Aug.20  Rebels take Libyan coastal cities  Heavy gunfire erupts in Tripoli Aug.21  Libya rebels push towards Tripoli Rebels move into central Tripoli Map of Tripoli Libya  A convoy of rebels has rolled into central Tripoli past celebrating crowds after a day of heavy fighting in and around the capital Aug.23  Rebels seized Gaddafi compound Aug.29  Rebels give Gadhafi loyalists ultimatum  Gaddafi family 'flee to Algeria'

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Sep.5 Libya army convoy reaches Niger
Sep.9 Protesters break into Israeli embassy   Protesters have broken into the building housing Israel's embassy in Egypt's capital, entering consular offices Sep.11  Gaddafi's son arrives in Niger Sep.15 Sarkozy, Cameron pledge aid to Libya Sep.16  NTC forces attack Sirte and Bani Walid Sep.20 Anti-Gadhafi forces roll into Sabha Sep.22 President Saleh returns to Yemen Sep.25  Grave may hold 1,200 bodies Sep.26  Libya fighters enter Gaddafi city Sep.29  Mob pelts US ambassador in Syria

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Oct.4 UN resolution on Syria is vetoed
Oct.7  NTC surround pro-Gaddafi fighters in Sirte Oct.8  Saleh will step down, but aides qualify Oct.9 23 dead as forces clash with protesters Oct.10  At least 31 were killed during clashes Oct.17  Government forces take over Bani Walid Oct.20   Libya interim leader: Gadhafi dead Map of Sirte Libya
  Longtime Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi has been killed, interim Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril said.    Revolutionary fighters attacked the house where Gadhafi was hiding. A cell phone video aired on Al-Jazeera showed a bloodied G...
Oct.23 Libya's new leaders declare liberation   Libya's interim leaders declared the nation's freedom Sunday, ushering in a new era after the death of longtime ruler Moammar Gadhafi Oct.24  U.S. pulls ambassador from Syria Oct.25 Gadhafi buried along with son Oct.27 U.N. ends NATO mission in Libya Islamists win Tunisia's elections  Tunisia's moderate Islamist Ennahda party has won the country's first democratic elections after the Arab Spring uprisings

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Nov.3  Tanks 'open fire' in Syrian city of Homs Nov.12  Arab League sanctions for Syria Nov.17 Syrian defectors strike pro-regime office
Nov.19 Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square   Fighting between police and protesters injured 168 people. A prominent grass-roots group for citizens to resist the military-led government Nov.21  Casualties mount from protests in Egypt Nov.23 Yemen leader signs deal to quit   Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has signed a deal, brokered by Yemen's Gulf Arab neighbours, under which he will step down Unrest continues in central Cairo Nov.24 Egypt military 'appoints new PM' Nov.27 Arab League imposed sanctions on Syria Nov.28  Polls close after first day of Egypt vote  'Gross violations' of human rights in Syria

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Dec.3 Egypt Islamists widen poll lead
Dec.12  UN estimates 5,000 killed in Syria Dec.23 Syria 'suicide attacks kill 40' Dec.26 Arab League observers arrive in Syria   Members of an Arab League delegation arrived to look into events on the ground and whether Syria is upholding a commitment to end a brutal c... Dec.27  Homs residents confront Arab League team  Security forces fire on protesters in Homs Dec.29  17 non-governmental organisations raided