Following the fall of leaders in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen, unrest has been spreading throughout the region. Could a domino effect sweep more leaders from power?
The Arab uprisings have brought down regimes, but other consequences have been far less predictable. The BBC's Middle East correspondent Kevin Connolly sets out 10 unanticipated outcomes.
- Fresh concern over Egyptian freedom02:17
- Yemen: 'Life is harder than it was'04:01
- Yemeni women still struggling for change03:15
- 'Bread has become a weapon of war'01:15
- Tunisian rapper: 'What have we gained?'03:58
- Libya: Triumph for interventionism?08:05
- Who is fighting whom in Syria?01:55
- In recaptured Egyptian town07:07
- 'Braving the bullets' in Bahrain01:52
- 'All you could hear was screaming'03:55
Features & Analysis
BBC News reports from across the Middle East on the situation three years on from the so called 'Arab Spring'
Egyptians fear return of authoritarian old order
Change comes slowly to the women of Yemen's Arab Spring
Damascus residents on the struggle to get on with their lives
Police brutality in Egypt 'continuing unchecked'
How Mohammed Morsi's trial is about who rules Egypt
Politics remain paralysed and the economy is drifting deeper into trouble
At the root of Libya's lack of security is its multitude of armed groups
Long road to reconciliation conference
People from Egypt, Yemen and Algeria talk about the Arab uprisings.
Jeremy Bowen on landmark moments of the Arab uprisings