1 killed, 25 wounded in Lebanon in clashes between police and "angry protesters". KFC and Hardee's franchises burned. German embassy in Sudan attacked.
A crowd of 300 Islamists attacked and set fire to a KFC restaurant in Tripoli on Friday, an AFP correspondent said.
The attack on the U.S. fast-food chain’s outlet came as Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Lebanon for a three-day visit, calling for Christian-Muslim coexistence and attacking religious extremism.
Meanwhile, Sudanese demonstrators on Friday stormed the German embassy in Khartoum and raised an Islamic flag above the mission during a protest against the film, a Reuters witness said.Sudanese protesters moving in cars, buses toward US Embassy outside Khartoum, Reuters witness says.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptians angry at a film they said was blasphemous to Islam on Friday hurled stones at a line of police in Cairo blocking the route to the U.S. embassy, where demonstrators climbed the walls and tore down the American flag earlier this week.Protesters jump over wall into US Embassy in Tunis, Tunisia's capital, Reuters witness says.
"God is greatest" and "There is no god but God", one group near the front of the clashes chanted, as police in riot gear fired tear gas and threw stones back in a street leading from Tahrir Square to the embassy nearby.
About 300 people had gathered to protest, some waving flags with religious slogans. State media reported that 224 people had been injured since Wednesday night. The initial protest, in which the embassy walls were scaled, took place on Tuesday.
CNN: German Embassy in Sudan on fire.
Koranimals smash windows, set fires in U.S. embassy in Tunis.
TUNIS, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Tunisian protesters jumped over the wall of the U.S. embassy compound in Tunis on Friday and broke windows and set fire to trees, a Reuters witness said.Iraqis burn US, Israeli flags as thousands of people demonstrate across country against anti-Islam film.
A large fire could be seen burning inside the compound. Police fired teargas at the hundreds of protesters who were demonstrating at the embassy.
The U.S. has sent a Marine team to Yemen to deal with the aftermath of the embassy attack, a U.S. official tells the Associated Press.
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Bodies of 4 Americans killed in Libya return to Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
Police clash with Muslims at protest in east Jerusalem:
Jerusalem police clashed with hundreds of Muslim youth Friday after they left prayers atop the Temple Mount in the direction of the Damascus Gate. Police said the rioters were on their way to the US consulate, presumably to protest against a film denigrating the Prophet Mohammad, which has already sparked mass protests in Libya, Egypt and Yemen.'Obama's Middle East Policy Is in Ruins': German press rips into Obama for being "weak", "naive" and for "provid[ing] the image of a distracted superpower in the process of decline to the societies [in the Middle East]. This image of weakness is being exploited by Salafists and al-Qaida, who are active in North Africa from Somalia to Mali."
3 Koranimals killed in demonstration at US Embassy in Sudan.