The protests that started in Cairo have spread across the world raising havoc in more than a dozen countries in the Muslim world.
The news today is one of massive chaos: Lots of protests, fires, and reports of killing.
Sky News reports three have been killed and 28 wounded in riots outside the U.S. embassy in Tunis, a Tunisian journalist Tweets.
She adds presidential security forces have arrived at the "surreal" scene to "prevent a disaster," according to a Google Translation.
BBC: An American school in Tunis was torched, reportedly after being evacuated.
The Guardian's Eileen Byrne says smoke continues to billow from an outbuilding in the American compound there, but that local riot police have kept protesters from storming the main office.