In February 2011, Bahrain witnessed protests to give the majority Shia population greater political freedom and equality of rights. The Pearl Roundabout became the spotlight of the protests, and also the location where hundreds of protestors were injured when Government forces opened fire to quell the situation. The situation has steadily worsened and the infographic below gives an account of the happenings in Bahrain since February. Click on the image to view the entire infographic from the source site.
The wave of civilian unrest that began in Tunisia has spread to several Middle Eastern nations. The following infographic uses an Asia map to pictorially describe the happenings since the first incident in February 2011.
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