epa03395400 Egyptian soldiers sit at one entrance to the US embassy, one day after Islamist protesters scaled the walls of the embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 12 September 2012. Egyptian Islamists, angered by a film they say defames Prophet Mohammed, scaled the walls of the US embassy in Cairo on 11 September in an unprecedented security breach. Several protesters climbed up onto the walls of the embassy, tore down the US flag, and raised a black flag, before they were removed by security reinforcements who were rushed to the area. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI
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