Anti-Islam film: Thousands protest around Muslim world
17 September 2012 Last updated at 15:46 ET
Fresh protests are taking place around the Muslim world over an amateur anti-Islam video produced in the US.
At least one protester was killed in violent protests in Pakistan and thousands attended an angry rally in the Philippines city of Marawi.
Weapons were fired and police cars torched in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Thousands of people were on the streets of Beirut, waving flags and chanting, "America, hear us - don't insult our Prophet".
More protests were reported in Srinagar, in Indian-administered Kashmir.
About 3,000 protesters from the Philippines Muslim minority burned US and Israeli flags in the southern city of Marawi
In Yemen, hundreds of students in the capital, Sanaa, called for the expulsion of the US ambassador
In Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, hundreds of protesters faced off with police, throwing stones and petrol bombs, while police retaliated with tear gas
Hundreds of Palestinians staged a peaceful sit-in protest in the West Bank city of Ramallah
Angry demonstrators in the Afghan capital, Kabul, fired guns, torched police cars and shouted anti-US slogans
Police arrested at least 15 people at a small protest outside the US embassy in Azerbaijan's capital, Baku