Authorities Block Youtube Over Anti-Islam Film - Sources
Sudan Tribune, 16 September 2012
Sudanese authorities have banned the video-sharing website Youtube in what appears to be an attempt to prevent people from watching an anti-Islam film that has been sparking… Read more »
Protesters have staged rallies outside Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa in response to an anti-Muslim film produced in the ... see more »
Govt Urged to Investigate Muslim Film Demonstrators' Deaths
The Sudanese parliament is intending to summon the minister of interior to question him on the circumstances that led to the killing of two protesters during Friday's… Read more »
Two Sudanese Killed in Protest Against U.S. Embassy, Police Say
Sudan Tribune, 15 September 2012
Sudanese police said two peoples were killed in violent demonstrations organised against the US embassy in Khartoum over a film defaming the Prophet Muhammad. Read more »
Govt Summons U.S, German Ambassadors to Protest Against Anti-Islam Film
Sudan Tribune, 14 September 2012
The Sudanese ministry of foreign affairs summoned on Friday the U.S. and German ambassadors in the country and conveyed Khartoum's protest against the anti-Islam film, state media… Read more »
Three People Killed in Khartoum
Radio Dabanga, 14 September 2012
Protesters stormed several western embassies in Khartoum after Friday prayers, infuriated by an anti-Islam film. Read more »
Protesters stormed several western embassies in Khartoum after Friday prayers, infuriated by an anti-Islam film.
Hundreds of Sudanese protesters angered by an anti-Islam film made in the US have attacked the premises of the German and British embassies in the capital Khartoum. Read more »
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