by Chris Bodenner

Some early indications of more ripples:

0122 GMT: After Egypt, some Syrians are calling for protests in that country on February 5. Calls for the Sudanese to come out to protest against their dictator Omar Al Bashir are also being circulated.

And this from yesterday:

1629 GMT: In Algeria, the National Coordination for Change and Democracy has called for a national march on 12 February in Algiers. One of the main demands will be the lifting of the State of Emergency, imposed in 1992. The NCCD is a coalition of political parties, associations, and human rights activists.

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