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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.

2006-02-11 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By Per Bech Thomsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark said on Saturday it had withdrawn diplomats and staff from Indonesia and Iran because of security threats, while Muslims held demonstrations in European cities over cartoons of the Prophet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.

2006-02-08 17:38:47

By Sue Pleming WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Wednesday accused Iran and Syria of deliberately stoking rage among Muslims over cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammad, as three people were killed in fresh protests in Afghanistan.

2006-02-08 15:32:35

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The editors of a New York alternative newspaper which drew criticism last year for making light of Pope John Paul's failing health resigned on Wednesday over what they called their managers' refusal to publish controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-08 12:08:16

By James Kilner COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Danish newspaper that first published caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad infuriating Muslims worldwide previously turned down cartoons of Jesus as too offensive, a cartoonist said on Wednesday.

2006-02-08 07:26:38

By Kerstin Gehmlich and Swaha Pattanaik PARIS (Reuters) - A French satirical weekly reprinted cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad on Wednesday and published one of its own on its front page, further angering Muslim groups which say the caricatures are blasphemous.

2006-02-08 06:16:40

By Kerstin Gehmlich and Swaha Pattanaik PARIS (Reuters) - A French satirical weekly reprinted cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad on Wednesday and published one of its own on its front page, further angering Muslim groups which say the caricatures are blasphemous.

2006-02-08 06:35:11

By Robert Birsel KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan police fired at a crowd trying to storm a U.S. military base on Wednesday, killing three and wounding 20 in fresh protests over cartoons depicting Prophet Mohammad that have unleashed rage across the Muslim world.

2006-02-07 16:40:29

By John Acher OSLO (Reuters) - The head of Norway's press association, whose life has been threatened by Muslims angered by satirical cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, said on Tuesday the right to offend others was crucial to freedom of expression.


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  • To give a box on the ear to.
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