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-Bahrain. Security forces took over the main hospital in the capital because it has been used as a “coordinati­on center” by anti-government protesters. -Egypt. The public prosecutor charged the former interior minister and several other top security officials with murder and attempted murder for their roles in the deaths of about 300 protesters during anti-government demonstrat­ions. -Oman. Hundreds of protesters have set up a tent camp at a government complex in the capital, Muscat, saying they will not leave until several ministers they accuse of corruption leave. -Yemen. The legislatur­e granted President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s request for a 30-day state of emergency, which suspends the constituti­on, bars protests and gives security forces far-reaching powers of arrest.

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