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2006-02-18 09:35:25

By Asim Tanveer MULTAN, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan banned demonstrations in the capital Islamabad on Saturday as protests over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad grew and four people were wounded when shots were fired during a rally in a central town. Information Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said the ban would apply to a protest planned on Sunday by Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), the country's main Islamist alliance. "MMA leaders have been told that protests and rallies will not be...

2006-02-18 06:41:27

By Asim Tanveer MULTAN, Pakistan (Reuters) - Four people were wounded on Saturday when shots were fired during a protest in central Pakistan over publication of cartoons lampooning the Prophet Mohammad, police said. The shooting occurred as hundreds of protesters pelted police with stones and tried to block a road in the town of Chiniot in the central province of Punjab, a local police official told Reuters. He said it was unclear whether police or protesters fired the shots. The...

2006-02-17 19:47:12

By Salah Sarrar TRIPOLI (Reuters) - About 10 Libyans were killed in clashes with police when they tried to storm an Italian consulate in Libya on Friday in protests against Danish cartoons lampooning the Prophet Mohammad, Italian officials said. Libya said there had been deaths but gave no figure, as Muslim anger against the cartoons flared anew in parts of the world. "Eleven casualties, including dead, resulted from the clashes," a Libyan government statement said. Italy's...

2006-02-17 16:45:51

ROME (Reuters) - At least nine people were dead and 55 injured after protesters tried to storm the Italian consulate in Benghazi on Friday, a consulate employee told Sky Italian television. The protests were over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-17 17:30:41

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - An unknown number of Libyan demonstrators were killed in clashes with police on Friday in protests against Danish cartoons lampooning the Prophet Mohammad, a Libyan government statement said. The protesters set fire to the Danish flag and cars as they tried to storm the Italian consulate at Benghazi, the only Western diplomatic mission in the eastern Libyan city, the statement said. "Eleven casualties, including dead, resulted from the clashes between the police...

2006-02-17 17:20:07

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - An unknown number of Libyan demonstrators were killed in clashes with police on Friday in protests against Danish cartoons lampooning the Prophet Mohammad, a Libyan government statement said. The protesters set fire to the Danish flag and cars as they tried to storm the Italian consulate at Benghazi, the only Western diplomatic mission in the eastern Libyan city, the statement said. "Eleven casualties, including dead, resulted from the clashes between the police...

2006-02-17 16:48:46

ROME (Reuters) - At least nine people were dead and 55 injured after protesters tried to storm the Italian consulate in Benghazi on Friday, a consulate employee told Sky Italian television. The protests were over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-17 15:51:41

By Simon Cameron-Moore ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani Muslim cleric and his followers offered rewards amounting to more than $1 million for anyone who killed Danish cartoonists who drew caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad that have enraged Muslims worldwide. The bounty was offered during Friday prayers as Muslim anger against the cartoons flared anew in parts of the world. "If the West can place a bounty on Osama bin Laden and (al Qaeda deputy Ayman al) Zawahri, we can also...

2006-02-17 13:03:17

By Simon Cameron-Moore ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani Muslim cleric and his followers offered rewards amounting to over $1 million for anyone who killed Danish cartoonists who drew caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad that have enraged Muslims worldwide. The cleric offered the bounty during Friday prayers as Muslim anger against the cartoons flared anew in parts of Asia. Weeks of global protests over the cartoons have triggered fears of a clash of civilizations between the West and...

2006-02-17 09:49:16

By Simon Cameron-Moore ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani Muslim cleric and his followers offered rewards amounting to over $1 million for anyone who killed Danish cartoonists who drew caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad that have enraged Muslims worldwide. The cleric offered the bounty during Friday prayers as Muslim anger against the cartoons flared anew in parts of Asia. Weeks of global protests over the cartoons have triggered fears of a clash of civilizations between the West and...


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