Our live blog team is reporting on the wave of protests across the Middle East and the fallout from recent events following demonstrations in Egypt and Tunisia. If you're in Bahrain, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia or living elsewhere in the Middle East, let us know what's happening where you are.
We want to hear what's happening on the ground: are you attending or organising a protest? How are demonstrations and events in your country affecting where you live?
We will feature some of your recordings on our live blog at guardian.co.uk. By posting your audio in this stream you agree to let this happen (though copyright remains with you at all times, and you will be credited).
Please be wary about what information you share in your Audioboo - be careful about giving out details such as your name, family members and locations.
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