Andrew Lee Butters

Middle East Correspondent, Time magazine

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Middle East correspondent for Time magazine in Beirut, Lebanon

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Yesterday's bloody violence  has been replaced by uneasy calm as tens of thousands of protesters have gathered following Friday prayers.

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On the streets of Riyadh, women are still wearing black cloaks called abayas, headscarves and veils.

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Lebanon's fractious leaders are so unpopular that when they left Friday for negotiations in Qatar, a song called The Leaders Left Lebanon became an instant hit on music TV.

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Lebanon's fractious leaders are so unpopular that when they left Friday for negotiations in Qatar, a song called The Leaders Left Lebanon became an instant hit on music TV.

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