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2006-02-22 09:49:44

By Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - The far-right British National Party (BNP) said on Wednesday it planned to distribute a campaign leaflet featuring the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad which have enraged Muslims around the world.

2006-02-21 15:36:02

By Kim McLaughlin COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark said on Tuesday weeks of sometimes violent protests against Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad appeared to be calming down, and world political and religious leaders appealed for tolerance.

2006-02-21 13:36:09

By Kim McLaughlin COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's prime minister said on Tuesday the row over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad was calming down after weeks of violent protest, while he rejected opposition calls for an inquiry into his handling of the crisis.

2006-02-20 09:58:52

By Dawood Wafa JALALABAD, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Hundreds of Afghans shouted support on Monday for Osama bin Laden and threatened to join al Qaeda during a protest against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, while Pakistan Islamists vowed to broaden their campaign.

2006-02-20 03:43:45

By Raja Asghar ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's main Islamist alliance vowed on Monday to hold more protests against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad as authorities freed its leader from a day in house arrest to prevent him leading a weekend rally.

2006-02-19 14:00:06

By Zeeshan Haider ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Police fired teargas and rubber bullets to break up a banned protest against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in Islamabad on Sunday and Denmark said its ambassador to Pakistan had returned home for security reasons.

2006-02-19 11:13:15

By Zeeshan Haider ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Police fired teargas and rubber bullets to break up a banned protest against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in Islamabad on Sunday and Denmark said its ambassador to Pakistan had returned home for security reasons.

2006-02-19 07:57:57

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark said on Sunday that its ambassador in Pakistan had temporarily returned home because he could not work after violent protests over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad first published in the Nordic country.

2006-02-19 06:20:09

RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian newspapers on Sunday printed an apology by the Danish paper whose cartoons lampooning the Prophet Mohammad have sparked deadly protests around the world.

2006-02-18 19:19:54

By Tume Ahemba LAGOS (Reuters) - Deadly protests over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad spread in Africa, killing 16 people in Nigeria on Saturday a day after claiming 11 lives in Libya.


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