With the attack on the Libyan consulate that killed four confirmed as premeditated by militant groups, riots continued outside American embassies throughout countries in the Middle East. On Thursday in Yemen, protesters overran the U.S. embassy, gained access to the compound, smashing windows, looting, and burning a car. As protests continued in Cairo, smaller demonstrations also emerged in Israel, Iran, and Bangladesh. The violence has been condemned by Obama, Clinton, and leaders of protest-ridden countries. Meanwhile, authorities in Libya say they’ve made four arrests in relation to the consulate attack. The two remaining victims were identified as Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, both former Navy SEALs.