Tunisians protest against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed
epa03397883 Tunisian demonstrators run after security forces fired tear gas towards them outside the US embassy, in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd. A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. EPA/STR
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