A look at protests across the Middle East and elsewhere on Friday, four days after crowds angry over an anti-Muslim film ridiculing the prophet Mohammed began assaulting US embassies in the region.
About 1,500 protested outside Jalalabad, urging President Hamid Karzai to sever relations with the United States.
More than 2,000 protesters chanted against the film and burned American and Israeli flags after prayers in Diraz.
Some 5,000 Muslims marched in the capital, Dhaka. Police prevented them from marching toward the US Embassy.
Riot police clashed with hundreds of protesters blocks away from the US Embassy in Cairo, killing one protester, as the president broadcast an appeal to Muslims to protect embassies.
Thousands of Palestinians joined demonstrations after Friday prayers in Gaza City.
About 250 protesters marched through London to the US Embassy.
Thousands protested in the volatile Indian-controlled region of Kashmir. The top government cleric demanded Americans leave. In Chennai, protesters stoned the US Consulate.
Thousands joined a Tehran demonstration after Friday prayers. Similar protests were reported in other Iranian cities.
Hundreds demonstrated in Baghdad’s Sunni neighborhood of Azamaiyah. Dozens also marched in Baghdad’s Sadr City district. In the southern city of Basra, about 1,000 took to the streets.
About 400 people marched toward the US Consulate in East Jerusalem in protest.
Security forces opened fire in Tripoli, killing one person after a crowd angry over the film set fire to US-owned restaurants.
Libya closed its airspace over the Benghazi airport for several hours because of militant antiaircraft fire against US drones.
About 20 protesters held a peaceful demonstration outside the US Embassy in the capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Demonstrations were reported outside US diplomatic facilities.
Troops fired into the air to disperse protesters marching on the city of Jos.
Hundreds of hard-line Muslims held peaceful protests against the film throughout Pakistan. Police in Islamabad set up barricades to protect diplomats.
About 1,000 protesters gathered outside the heavily guarded US Embassy in the capital,
Doha, calling for US troops to leave.
Several hundred protesters stormed the German Embassy in the capital, Khartoum, burning a car and trash cans.
About 200 protesters protested outside the long-closed US Embassy in Damascus.
Violent protests outside the US Embassy in the capital, Tunis, were met with tear gas and gunshots, leaving three people dead.
Hundreds of people gathered in Istanbul’s Beyazit Square to protest the film.
In Nablus, about 200 people demonstrated against the film.
Security forces fired tear gas at a crowd of around 2,000 protesters trying to march to the US Embassy in Sana.