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B. 01-02 Iran 'shot down' 'Western spy planes' Persian Gulf, Iran
2. 01-02 Copts return to bombed church Alexandria, Egypt
D. 01-03 80 African migrants feared drowned Yemen
4. 01-04 Amid security, Egypt's Christians protest Cairo
5. 01-07 Bashir: Sudan not ready for split Sudan
G. 01-07 FIFA boss expects winter World Cup Qatar
H. 01-07 Soccer matches canceled after riots Algeria
8. 01-12 Lebanon's unity government collapses Beirut
01-14 Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins Tunis, Tunisia

Summary.     Click for More > Tunisian swears in interim president Battles in Tunis as key aide held Tunisia announces new government N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation  In Tunisia Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in protest. Egypt, Algeria, and Mauritania demonstrators are turning to self-immolation Government lifts ban on political groups Algerians defy ban to protest government Palestinian peace 'offers' leaked 3 dead after thousands protest   An unprecedented display of anti-government rage inspired in part by the tumult in the nearby North African nation of Tunisia Hundreds held over protests Protesters want Yemen's president out ElBaradei returns as protests build Government dissolved amid unrest   Embattled Mubarak appoints deputy   Hosni Mubarak has named intelligence chief Omar Suleiman as his first ever vice-president as he struggles to regain control of the country 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 Anti-Mubarak protests around the world Protesters defy curfew ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters Egypt army rules out using force Egypt braces for massive protest
80 African migrants feared drowned Bashir: Sudan not ready for split Lebanon's unity government collapses Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins Map of Tunis Tunisia
Jan.3   Yemen
Jan.7   Sudan
Jan.12   Beirut
Jan.14   Tunisia
  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.15   Tunisia
Jan.16   Tunisia
Jan.17   Tunisia
  Tunisia
Jan.20   Tunisia
Jan.22   Algeria
Jan.23   West Bank
Jan.25   Egypt
Jan.26   Egypt
Jan.27   Yemen
  Cairo
Jan.28   Egypt
Jan.29   Egypt
  Cairo
  London
Jan.30   Egypt
  Cairo
Jan.31   Egypt
  Cairo



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Arab Countries, January 2011, Location by Topic
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North Africa
Copts return to bombed church
Bashir: Sudan not ready for split
Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins
Tunisian swears in interim president
N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
Tunisia announces new government
Government lifts ban on political groups
Algerians defy ban to protest government
3 dead after thousands protest
Hundreds held over protests
ElBaradei returns as protests build
Government dissolved amid unrest
Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear
Embattled Mubarak appoints deputy
Protesters defy curfew
ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters
Egypt army rules out using force
Egypt braces for massive protest
N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
Algerians defy ban to protest government
3 dead after thousands protest
Hundreds held over protests
ElBaradei returns as protests build
Government dissolved amid unrest
Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear
Protesters defy curfew
ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters
Egypt army rules out using force
Egypt braces for massive protest
Call for unity after Egypt blast
Egypt church blast draws condemnation
Soccer matches canceled after riots
Prison riots amid Tunisia unrest
Gaza group 'bombed Egypt church'
Battles in Tunis as key aide held
Egypt army rules out using force
Soccer matches canceled after riots
Egypt
Copts return to bombed church
Amid security, Egypt's Christians protest
3 dead after thousands protest
Hundreds held over protests
ElBaradei returns as protests build
Government dissolved amid unrest
Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear
Embattled Mubarak appoints deputy
Protesters defy curfew
ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters
Egypt army rules out using force
Egypt braces for massive protest
3 dead after thousands protest
Hundreds held over protests
ElBaradei returns as protests build
Government dissolved amid unrest
Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear
Protesters defy curfew
ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters
Egypt army rules out using force
Egypt braces for massive protest
Call for unity after Egypt blast
Egypt church blast draws condemnation
Gaza group 'bombed Egypt church'
Egypt army rules out using force
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Africa
Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins
Tunisian swears in interim president
N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
Tunisia announces new government
Government lifts ban on political groups
Algerians defy ban to protest government
N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
Algerians defy ban to protest government
Pressure on Tunisian PM increases
Soccer matches canceled after riots
Prison riots amid Tunisia unrest
Battles in Tunis as key aide held
Soccer matches canceled after riots
Tunisia
Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins
Tunisian swears in interim president
Speaker takes over Tunisian presidency
N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
Tunisia announces new government
Government lifts ban on political groups
N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
Pressure on Tunisian PM increases
Prison riots amid Tunisia unrest
Battles in Tunis as key aide held
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Israel
Palestinian peace 'offers' leaked
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Israeli air strikes hit Gaza
Israeli forces hit Gaza with air strikes
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Alexandria
Copts return to bombed church
Egyptian Copts and police clash
Egyptian Copts and police clash
Egypt church blast draws condemnation
Gaza group 'bombed Egypt church'
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Nadal beats Federer in exhibition final
FIFA boss expects winter World Cup
Japan clinch fourth Asian Cup
Cairo
Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear
ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters
Egypt braces for massive protest
Defiant Cairo protesters lose fear
ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters
Egypt braces for massive protest
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FIFA boss expects winter World Cup
Japan clinch fourth Asian Cup
Palestine
Palestinian peace 'offers' leaked
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Israeli air strikes hit Gaza
Israeli forces hit Gaza with air strikes
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Iran 'shot down' 'Western spy planes' Copts return to bombed church 80 African migrants feared drowned  One boat with 45 migrants capsized in the Red Sea. Between 35 and 40 migrants were on the 2nd boat that capsized off the coast of Lahj provi... Amid security, Egypt's Christians protest   Bashir: Sudan not ready for split  Sudan President Omar al-Bashir has warned that Southern Sudan will face instability if it votes to secede from the north FIFA boss expects winter World Cup Soccer matches canceled after riots   Lebanon's unity government collapses  Members of the Hezbollah and its allies brought down unity government Wednesday after resigning from Prime Minister Saad Hariri's Cabinet   Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins Map of Tunis Tunisia


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Jan.1  Abu Dhabi  Nadal beats Federer in exhibition final
 Sudan  President will accept referendum results
 Egypt  Call for unity after Egypt blast
 Egypt  Egypt church blast draws condemnation
Jan.2   Iran
  Egypt
 Egypt  Egyptian Copts and police clash
Jan.3   Yemen  
Jan.4  Gaza  Israeli air strikes hit Gaza
  Cairo
Jan.5  Washington  Ambassador to Libya may be replaced
 Iraq  Muqtada al-Sadr returns to Iraq from Iran
 Egypt  Copts gather for Christmas Eve
Jan.6  Southern Iraq  Rowdy welcome for cleric Moqtada Sadr
 Gaza  Israeli forces hit Gaza with air strikes
Jan.7   Sudan  
  Qatar
  Algeria
 Israel  Israel soldier killed near Gaza
Jan.8  Qatar  Federer makes history in Qatar
 Tunisia  Fresh deadly unrest hits Tunisia
Jan.10  Sudan  Thousands vote in S. Sudan amid violence
Jan.12   Beirut  
Jan.13  Qatar  S. Arabia sent crashing from Asian Cup
 Tunisia  Tunisian leader to retire in 2014
Jan.14   Tunisia  
  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 Arabia, after being forced from office after 23 years in power
 Beirut  Hariri to help form new Lebanon cabinet Jan.15   Tunisia Prison riots amid Tunisia unrest   Tunisia Speaker takes over Tunisian presidency  Mosul  US soldiers killed in Mosul drill  Argentina  Al-Attiyah holds on to win first Dakar Rally   Tunisia     Tunisian swears in interim president  Tunisia has sworn in Foued Mebazaa as looting and deadly jail riots rocked the country, a day after President Ben Ali was swept from power Jan.16   Tunisia     Battles in Tunis as key aide held  Gunfire broke out in the capital as officials scrambled to form a new government. Ex-head of presidential security is arrested   Beirut Hezbollah leader refuses to back PM Jan.17   Tunisia     Tunisia announces new government  Tunisia has formed a national unity government, prime minister Mohammed Ghannouchi has announced, days after a popular revolt  Yemen  Yemeni court sentences US-born militant  Beirut  Officials postpone meetings on new PM  Lebanon  Hariri tribunal issues indictment   Tunisia     N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
  In Tunisia Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in protest. Egypt, Algeria, and Mauritania demonstrators are turning to self-immolation
 Tunisia  U.N. calls to restore stability Jan.18  Sunni Triangle  65 die in attack at recruitment center   Tunisia Unity cabinet to hold first meeting
Jan.19  Jordan  Protesters inspired by Tunisian ripple  Tunisia  Ben Ali family members 'arrested' Jan.20   Tunisia   Government lifts ban on political groups  Tunisia's new government will recognize political groups banned under the regime of ousted Ben Ali and grant amnesty to all political prisoners   London Blair returning to Iraq inquiry Jan.22   Algeria   Algerians defy ban to protest government   Algerian security forces clashed with protesters who defied a ban and took to the streets of the capital demanding political reform   Virginia Alleged teen torture victim returns to U.S.  Somalia  South Korea navy rescues pirated crew  Tunisia  Interim PM promises free elections  Tunisia  Tunisian PM vows to leave power   Tunisia Pressure on Tunisian PM increases Jan.23   Egypt Gaza group 'bombed Egypt church'  Tunisia  Two allies of Tunisia's Ben Ali 'detained'  Iraq  British security contractor on trial in Iraq   West Bank   Palestinian peace 'offers' leaked  Leaked documents released by al-Jazeera suggest Palestinian negotiators agreed to Israel keeping large parts of occupied East Jerusalem  Hezbollah  Hezbollah pledges Lebanese unity Jan.24  Lebanon  Protests at Hezbollah power move Jan.25   Egypt   3 dead after thousands protest
  An unprecedented display of anti-government rage inspired in part by the tumult in the nearby North African nation of Tunisia
 Qatar  Japan to face Australia in Asian Cup final  Cairo  Egypt police end Cairo protests Jan.26   Egypt   Hundreds held over protests   About 700 people have been arrested throughout Egypt in a crackdown against anti-government protests  Egypt  Egypt braces for further protests Jan.27   Egypt Egypt must change, says ElBaradei
  Yemen   Protesters want Yemen's president out Map of Sanaa Yemen  Thousands of people demonstrated against longtime president, demanding the kind of change that forced Tunisia's president from office   Cairo   ElBaradei returns as protests build   Nobel peace laureate and Egyptian opposition politician Mohamed ElBaradei has arrived in Cairo as anti-government protests continue to spread   Baghdad Baghdad attacks kill at least 51   Egypt Egypt on alert for mass protests  Tunisia  Tunisia in big cabinet reshuffle Jan.28   Egypt   Government dissolved amid unrest   Embattled President Hosni Mubarak asked the country's government to resign after thousands of angry Egyptians defied a government curfew   Washington Obama to Mubarak: Deliver on promises Jan.29   Egypt     Embattled Mubarak appoints deputy
  Hosni Mubarak has named intelligence chief Omar Suleiman as his first ever vice-president as he struggles to regain control of the country
  Saudi Arabia Flooding kills 10; 3 missing
  Cairo   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
 A firefight was going on around the Interior ministry as protesters attempted to charge the building. The building was a symbol of President Hosni Mubarak's regime. Police cordoned off the area and fired shots down side streets. At least 5 people died from gunshots.
  European Union Hosni Mubarak under world pressure
  Qatar Japan clinch fourth Asian Cup   London     Anti-Mubarak protests around the world  Egyptians and activists took to the streets in various cities to show their support for the protests currently underway in Egypt Jan.30   Egypt   Protesters defy curfew   The government's call for protesters to follow curfew and the low-flying fighter jets overhead did nothing to deter thousands from the protest   Sudan Police, students clash in Sudan's capital   Tunisia Tunisian Islamist leader returns   Cairo   ElBaradei joins Cairo protesters   Leading opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei has joined thousands of protesters defying a curfew to demand President Mubarak stand down   Egypt Food staples starting to run out   Egypt U.S. charter flights to begin out of Egypt Jan.31   Egypt VP promises swift reform   Syria Unrest in N. Africa may spread to Syria   Egypt   Egypt army rules out using force   Egypt's army has vowed it will not use force against the tens of thousands of people protesting for the removal of the regime of President M...   Cairo   Egypt braces for massive protest   A massive demonstration is due to be held in Cairo as protesters step up their efforts to force President Hosni Mubarak from power   Iran Iran, opposition embrace Egyp. Protesters