Al Jazeera’s English live feed is, once again, a good resource.
For general background on the unrest in multiple countries in Middle East and Africa, see this page from CNN.
Guardian’s live blog is also still an amazing resource for trying to keep up. There is so much that it is difficult to stay on top of any of these stories.
Twitter is still a ridiculously good place to get first person accounts as well as information from journalists.
Try these feeds for Bahrain:
For Libya, which has almost no media coverage, follow:
In general, follow (they are great retweeters or giving information from many news sources):
- USAToday: “CNN: Doctor killed trying to reach wounded protesters in Bahrain.”
- Daily Dish: “The Day of Rage Continues“
- Wonkette: “24 Protesters Killed in Libya; Mideast Violence Continues“
- NPR: “Bahrain Update: Shots Fired as Protesters Approach Pearl Square“
- NPR: “Libya: Opposition Groups Claims They Control Several Cities“
- CSM: “‘Day of Rage’ brings Libya protest deaths to at least 24, says human rights group“
- NPR: “Bahrain Mourners Call for Toppling of Monarchy“