epa03400782 A Pakistani man burn a picture depicting US President Barack Obama, during a protest against an anti-Islam film made in the US, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 17 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. The secretary general 'calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,' the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. EPA/ARSHAD ARBAB
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