Egyptian security forces managed to arrest a number of people who incited to block a main road in the capital, Cairo, local media reported, amid calls for anti-regime protests encouraged by pro-Muslim Brotherhood figures and media outside Egypt.
Ali's calls for protests on Sunday failed miserably.
Several others were wounded by armed men who fired live rounds.
Demonstrators took to the streets in Trippoli and Misrata controlled by the GNA to protest corruption and the deterioration of utilities.
The death of protesters has sparked outrage on social media, which despite a government blackout, was able to document violence against peaceful protestors.
Protests and ethnic violence that erupted in Ethiopia last week following the murder of a popular singer from the Oromo ethnic group have claimed the lives of 239 people.
Reasons behind Hachalu Hundessa's death are reportedly being investigated by local police authorities.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi tweeted Tuesday on the 7th anniversary of the revolution that toppled the regime of the Muslim Brotherhood.
These measures come in conjunction with today's expected "one million-strong" march that was called for by Iraq's Muqtada al-Sadr against the US, the source added.
Around a million revelers thronged Sydney harbor and nearby districts to watch more than 100,000 fireworks explode above the city
Tebboune and other top brass attended the swearing-in ceremony alongside his defeated rivals for the presidency.
The protesters gave only their first names to avoid potential repercussions.
The UN chief urged all actors to refrain from violence and to engage in peaceful and meaningful dialogue for the benefit of Iraq and the Iraqi people, said a statement released by the UN.
Hong Kong protesters are planning a 24th straight weekend of pro-democracy rallies.
Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Mohammed al-Halbousi said that the council will be intensively and continuously working to meet the people's demands without regional and international external pressure.
This came during Abul Ghiet’s phone call on Wednesday with Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim.
Protesters in Lebanon flooded the streets on Sunday, keeping pressure on Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri.
Lebanon's security forces opened most of the roads that have been closed over the past two days in the wake of the violent protests sweeping the country.
Other embassies in Lebanon have issued similar warning statements to their nationals living in Lebanon after the country has seen massive protests against bad living economic conditions.
Clashes between Iraqi security forces and anti-government protesters killed at least 15 people in an eastern Baghdad neighborhood overnight.