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2006-02-18 10:38:03

By Silvia Aloisi ROME (Reuters) - The row over controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad forced two ministers out of their jobs in Europe and the Middle East on Saturday after clashes between police and protesters claimed 11 lives in Libya.

2006-02-18 09:11:34

By Silvia Aloisi ROME (Reuters) - An Italian minister rejected accusations on Saturday that he was to blame for deadly clashes in Libya over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad which he had made into T-shirts and wore on state television.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

2006-02-17 08:26:12

By Simon Johnson and Kim McLaughlin COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Fury among Muslims worldwide over Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad has led to deadly violence and bitter accusations between the West and the Islamic world. But Niamatullah Basharat sees a silver lining.


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