From Jerusalem Post:
PHOTO: KHALED ABDULLAH ALI AL MAHDI / REUTERS
Sudanese demonstrators broke into the German embassy in Khartoum on Friday, raising an Islamic flag and setting the building on fire in a protest against a film that demeaned the Prophet Mohammad, witnesses said.
Thousands of Sudanese protesters stormed the embassies of Germany and Britain in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Friday, in protest against an anti-Islam film.
Parts of the German embassy complex were torched and badly damaged, Xinhua correspondent said, adding that the Germany flag was lowered and replaced with a black Islamist one.
- Police have fired teargas at thousands of Sudanese protesters gathered at the US embassy outside Khartoum
- Protesters in Khartoum storm the German and British embassies as anger rages over a film made in the US that mocks Islam
- In the Egyptian capital, Cairo, police fire tear gas at about 500 protesters near the US embassy, and there are also clashes in the Yemeni capital
- Protesters set fire to a KFC outlet in northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, and one death is reported
- In the last few days, protests have spread across the Middle East and North Africa – including Egypt, Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia
- On Tuesday the US ambassador to Libya was killed in a fire in an attack on the US consulate in Benghazi