British warplanes strike a large bunker in Moammar Gadhafi's hometown of Sirte, his last major stronghold. Rebels search for the remnants of pro-Gadhafi forces in Tripoli, which is enjoying the quietest day since the rebel takeover. Hundreds crowd a mosque in central Tripoli, listening as the imam praise the rebels. As rebels round up regime sympathizers, evidence of abuses raise concern about human rights violations.
Syrian security forces kill at least two people as tens of thousands of anti-government protesters flood the streets. Protesters also express solidarity with Ali Ferzat, 60, a renowned political cartoonist who was grabbed after he left his studio early Thursday and beaten by masked gunmen. Ferzat is recovering. President Bashar Assad gets a boost from Shiite militant group Hezbollah's leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, who echoes the regime's claims that the unrest in Syria was being driven by a foreign conspiracy.
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have protested in several city centers calling for ouster of their longtime President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Saleh loyalists held prayers at a mosque near the presidential palace.