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'Killing the Americans?'
The anti-Islam filmmaker or the cartoonist wouldn't be ordained by the Prophet himself, writes scholar.
Last updated: 03 Oct 2012 10:40 GMT
Somalia's war on journalism
Exploring the media landscape in a country where going to work has become a life-and-death decision for reporters.
Last updated: 29 Sep 2012 08:10 GMT
A Yemeni response to cultural Islamophobia
The protests in Yemen have proved to be heterogenous, demonstrating the nuances that exist in the country's society.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2012 11:24 GMT
French paper cartoons spark protest in Iran
Students chant 'Death to France'after satirical weekly newspaper publishes cartoons caricaturing Prophet Muhammad.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2012 01:01 GMT
France to shut embassies over cartoons
Schools and missions in 20 countries to close on Friday after French weekly magazine publishes caricatures of Muhammad.
Last updated: 20 Sep 2012 16:05 GMT
Are Muslims being provoked?
As a French magazine publishes cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, we ask if this is freedom of expression or provocation.
Last updated: 20 Sep 2012 12:41 GMT
French PM criticises newspaper attack
Francois Fillon condemns firebomb attack on French weekly after it publishes controversial Islam-themed edition.
Last updated: 02 Nov 2011 21:09 GMT
'Prophet issue' French paper's offices burnt
Satirical paper's office damaged in apparent arson attack as it was due to publish controversial Islam-themed edition.
Last updated: 02 Nov 2011 09:18 GMT
Cartoon-row magazine cleared
French court says Prophet Muhammad images did not constitute attack on Islam.
Last updated: 22 Mar 2007 15:34 GMT
French magazine sued over cartoons
Philippe Val, publisher of the Charlie Hebdo, says the trial is about freedom of speech.
Last updated: 07 Feb 2007 09:44 GMT
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