Anti-Islam video protests leave one dead in Pakistan
epa03400813 Protesters throw stone on riot police (not pictured), during a protest against an anti-Islam film made in the US, in Karachi, Pakistan, 17 September 2012. Pakistanis enraged by a US-made video insulting Islam staged protests that turned violent on 17 September, leaving at least one demonstrator dead in the north-western region, police said. Hundreds of protesters set fire to several government buildings and a press club in the Upper Dir district bordering Afghanistan, sparking a clash with security forces. The Supreme Court in Islamabad was told that telecommunication authorities had blocked user access to more than 750 internet sites with the controversial content. Islamabad has condemned the video ridiculing Prophet Mohammed, warning that such 'abominable actions ... provoke hatred, discord and enmity within societies and between peoples of various
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