The violent anti-American rallies that have roiled the Islamic world over a video denigrating the Prophet Mohammed expanded Friday to more than a dozen countries, with demonstrators storming the US Embassy in Tunisia in a deadly clash and protesters in Sudan’s capital broadening the targets to include Germany and Britain. The broadening of the protests reflected what appeared to be a catharsis of rage at the Western powers and was unabated despite calls for restraint from world leaders including the new Islamist president of Egypt, where the demonstrations first erupted four days ago on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
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