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Latest Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy Stories

2006-02-14 10:50:01

By Crispian Balmer ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Reform Minister Roberto Calderoli has had T-shirts made emblazoned with cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in a move that could embarrass Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government.

2006-02-14 11:36:08

By Zeeshan Haider ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Security guards shot dead two men, police used teargas on students in Islamabad's diplomatic enclave and protesters attacked Western businesses on Tuesday in Pakistan's most violent reaction yet to cartoons of the Prophet.

2006-02-14 11:24:30

By Zeeshan Haider ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Security guards shot dead two men, police used teargas on students in Islamabad's diplomatic enclave and protesters attacked Western businesses on Tuesday in Pakistan's most violent reaction yet to cartoons of the Prophet.

2006-02-13 12:03:03

By Kim McLaughlin and Per Bech Thomsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A senior member of Denmark's Muslim community urged followers on Monday to "move on" in the row over the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad after holding crisis talks with Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

2006-02-13 06:44:06

HELSINKI (Reuters) - An anti-immigration Finnish group has published on its Web site the controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad after a similar site in neighboring Sweden was shut down last week.

2006-02-13 05:12:10

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistani police fired tear gas and charged with batons on Monday to detain hundreds of students who staged a violent protest against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-12 11:33:33

By Per Bech Thomsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - An opinion poll in a Danish Sunday newspaper showed that more than half the Danes questioned said they understood why Muslims around the world were outraged by cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad first published in Denmark.

2006-02-12 09:35:00

The violence linked to cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad is not unique to Islam, experts say, and the protests reflect political and cultural passions more than the faith's core values.

2006-02-11 19:33:25

By Kim McLaughlin COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark urged its citizens to leave Indonesia on Saturday, warning of "clear and present danger" from Muslim extremists seeking revenge for Danish newspaper cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-11 13:42:46

By Per Bech Thomsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark said on Saturday it had withdrawn diplomats and staff from Indonesia and Iran because of security threats, while Muslims held demonstrations in European cities over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.


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