In Yemen, tens of thousands of protesters continue to rally against President Ali Abdallah Saleh days after he accepted a plan that will see him step down after 32-years in power.
Saleh said he would resign within 30 days and hand over power through "ballot boxes and a referendum."
But, demonstrators are now divided into those who support the plan, which includes immunity for Saleh and his family members, and those demanding that he be prosecuted.
Meanwhile, over in Syria, human-rights activists report that five people were shot dead by government forces on Monday.
More than 350 people have already been killed since the demonstrations began last month.
Seoul's foreign ministry has extended its travel restriction for Korean citizens to all parts of Syria.