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Protests over anti-Islam film spread

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Riot police in Peshawar descend upon protesters with batons during a demonstration protesting the anti-Islam movie “Innocence of Muslims.” Violence erupted across Pakistan on Friday amid anger over the film. (Arshad Arbab / EPA)
In flames
Protesters burn tires in Peshawar. Violence erupted across Pakistan amid the furor over an anti-Islam film. (Arshad Arbab / EPA)
Smoke rising
Protesters burned buildings in Karachi and fired upon police. (Rehan Khan / EPA)
Blocking the road
Pakistani protesters push a container blocking the road to the diplomatic enclave in Islamabad. (B.K. Bangash / Associated Press)
Angry mob
Pakistani protesters shout anti-U.S. slogans at a rally in Rawalpindi. The country has blocked cellphone service in major cities to prevent militants from using phones to detonate bombs during a national day of protest against an anti-Islam film produced in the United States. (B.K. Bangash / Associated Press)
French embassy
Pakistani rangers stand guard outside the French embassy during a protest against an anti-Islam movie that erupted in violence Friday. (W. Khan / EPA)
Injured policeman
An injured Afghan policeman sits on the ground after clashes with Afghan demonstrators in Kabul during a protest against an anti-Islam film. (S. SABAWOON / EPA)
Show of force
Afghan policemen stand guard in Kabul during a protest against an anti-Islam film. (S. SABAWOON / EPA)
Burning building
Flames rise from a burning building that was allegedly set on fire by a mob after a protest in Upper Dir, Pakistan, against an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. (RAZAULLAH SHAKIR / EPA)
Burning tires
Afghan demonstrators burn tires during a protest in Kabul against an anti-Islam film. (S. SABAWOON / EPA)
Throwing rocks
A Muslim man throws rock at police during a protest against an anti-Islam film outside the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta. Indonesians enraged over the film hurled rocks and Molotov cocktails at the embassy on Monday, marking the first violence in the world’s most populous Muslim country since outrage exploded last week in the Middle East and beyond.  (Tatan Syuflana / Associated Press)
Andrews Air Force Base
At Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, President Obama, center, speaks during a ceremony marking the return to the U.S. of the remains of the four Americans killed in an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens died along with three other Americans in the assault on the consular building on the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. (Jewel Samad / AFP/Getty Images)
Andrews Air Force Base
President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walk away from the podium during the ceremony. (Molly Riley / Pool)
Andrews Air Force Base
Marines carry a casket during the transfer of remains ceremony marking the return to the U.S. of the remains of the four Americans killed in an attack in Benghazi, Libya. (Jewel Samad / AFP/Getty Images)
Sudan
Smoke rises from the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, as protesters attempt to storm the compound. (EPA)
German Embassy in Sudan
Sudanese protesters clash with security forces after setting fires at the German Embassy in Khartoum. (EPA)
Lebanon
Protesters attack American fast-food restaurants after Friday prayers in Tripoli, Lebanon. (Associated Press)
Pakistan
Protesters condemning an anti-Islam video clash with Pakistani security in Islamabad. (T. Mughal / EPA)
Afghanistan
Afghan demonstrators burn a mock U.S. flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video in Nangarhar Gani Khell district. (Abdul Mueed / EPA)
Tunisia
Smoke rises above Tunisian protesters after they set fire to cars in the parking lot of the U.S. Embassy in Tunis. (Amine Landoulsi / Associated Press)
Yemen
Riot police stand guard during a demonstration against a film mocking Islam at a crossroad leading to the U.S. Embassy in Sana, Yemen. (Mohammed Huwais / AFP/Getty Images)
Blindfolded
A Kashmiri Muslim man wearing a blindfold shouts slogans during a protest in Srinagar against an anti-Islam film called “Innocence of Muslims” that ridicules Islam’s prophet Muhammad. (Dar Yasin / Associated Press)
Reflection
A Palestinian demonstrator is reflected on the protective shield of an Israeli border policeman during a demonstration at the Damascus Gate against an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. (ABIR SULTAN / EPA)
Burning police car
An Egyptian protester runs from a burning police car during clashes with riot police near the U.S. embassy in Cairo. (Khalil Hamra / Associated Press)
Pakistan
Pakistani soldiers hold back Muslim protesters shouting anti-U.S. slogans as they attempt to reach the U.S. Embassy during a demonstration in Islamabad against the anti-Islam film. (AAMIR QURESHI / AFP / Getty Images)
Indian protester
An Indian protester kicks at a graffiti of the American flag on a wall of the U.S. Consulate during a protest in Chennai against the anti-Islam film. (Arun Shanker K. / Associated Press)
Cairo
An Egyptian protester stands in front of riot police during the third day of clashes near the U.S. embassy in Cairo. Egypt’s Islamist President Mohammed Morsi vowed to protect foreign embassies in the city. (Khalil Hamra / Associated Press)
Cairo
An Egyptian protester throws a stone at riot police during the protest near the U.S. embassy in Cairo. Police used tear gas to disperse the protesters after they threw stones and petrol bombs near the embassy. (Khaled Elfiqi / EPA)
Cairo
An Egyptian protester throws a tear gas canister back toward riot police during the clashes in Cairo. Media reports state that at least 13 people have been injured. (Khaled Elfiqi / EPA)
Cairo
An Egyptian protester runs from a burning police car during clashes with riot police. (Khalil Hamra / Associated Press)
Cairo
Egyptian protesters carry an injured man during clashes with riot police. (Khalil Hamra / Associated Press)
Cairo protest
Egyptian protesters take away the U.S. flag in front the U.S. Embassy in Cairo. The demonstrators are angry over a video they say defames the prophet Muhammad. (Khaled Elfiqi / European Pressphoto Agency )
Cairo protest
Egyptian protesters shout in front of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.  (Khaled Elfiqi / European Pressphoto Agency )
Cairo protest
Egyptian protesters climb the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.  (Nasser Nasser / Associated Press)
Cairo protest
An Egyptian protester raises a flag after the U.S. flag was taken down at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo during a protest over a video that demonstrators say defames the prophet Muhammad.  (Khaled Elfiqi / European Pressphoto Agency )
Cairo protest
Protesters chant slogans outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.  (Mohammed Abu Zaid / Associated Press)
Cairo protest
Egyptian protesters angry over what they say is an anti-Muslim video demonstrate at a wall of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo. As many as 2,000 demonstrators had rallied outside the embassy earlier in the day to protest video footage posted on YouTube that demonstrators said had been made by Egyptian Coptic immigrants in the United States.  (Nasser Nasser / Associated Press)
Cairo protest
Protesters chant slogans as smoke rises outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo. Demonstrators said Egyptian Coptic immigrants in the United States had made a video, posted on YouTube, that was anti-Muslim.  (Mohammed Abu Zaid / Associated Press)
Yemen
A Yemeni protester breaks through security glass at the U.S. Embassy during the protest. (Yahya Arhab / EPA)
Yemen
Yemeni protesters in Sana break a door of the U.S. Embassy during a protest about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (Hani Mohammed / Associated Press)
Yemen
Heavy smoke rises from the U.S. Embassy in Sana as Yemeni riot forces disperse protesters after they stormed the embassy building. (Wadia Mohammed / EPA)
Yemen
Yemeni protesters burn tires during a protest against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Muhammad in Sana. (Yahya Arhab / EPA)
Libya
An armed man gestures as buildings and cars are engulfed in flames inside the U.S. consulate compound in Benghazi, Libya. Warning: The next photo in this gallery contains an image that may be disturbing to some readers. (AFP/GettyImages )
Libya
Libyan civilians help an injured man, identified by eyewitnesses as U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, at the U.S. consulate compound in Benghazi. (AFP / Getty Images)
Libya
Armed assailants attacked the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and set fire to the building. (AFP/GettyImages)
Libya
Damage after an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.  (Ibrahim Alaguri / Associated Press)
Libya
A burned car is seen after an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. (Ibrahim Alaguri / Associated Press)
Libya
Glass, debris and overturned furniture are strewn inside a room in the gutted U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. (Ibrahim Alaguri / Associated Press)
Libya
A man looks at documents at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, after an attack that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens. The graffiti reads “no God but God,” “God is great” and “Muhammad is the Prophet.”  (Ibrahim Alaguri / Associated Press)
Libya
Then Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton looks on as President Obama hugs a State Department employee. Obama came to the State Department in Washington, D.C., to meet with staff after the killing of U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens and three others at the U.S. Consulate building in Benghazi, Libya. (Paul J. Richards / AFP / Getty Images)
Libya
In this photo posted on the Facebook page of the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, Libya, less than a month before he was killed, U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, left, shakes hands with a Libyan man in Tripoli.  (U. S. Embassy Tripoli)
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