Sudanese demonstrators stand in front of the burning German embassy in Khartoum after Friday prayers. Sudanese demonstrators broke into the U.S. and German embassy compounds in Khartoum and raised Islamic flags on Friday in state-backed protests against a film that insults the Prophet Mohammad.
(MOHAMED NURELDIN ABDALLAH/REUTERS)
Egyptian protesters clash with security forces, not shown, near the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, in anger over a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
A pall of smoke rises above protesters after they set alight cars in the U.S. embassy parking lot in Tunis. Some thousands of demonstrators massed outside the embassy and several were seen climbing the outer wall of the embassy grounds.
A boy sits on wooden scaffolding which is used as a temporary watch tower as people stroll along Juhu beach in Mumbai, India.
Female silvery gibbon Pangrango balances with her four week-old baby on ropes in their compound at the Hellabrunn zoo in Munich, Germany.
Police patrol the Rocinha Slum during an operation to find a drug gang member responsible for the death of a policeman during a shootout in one of the slum's alleys, in Rio de Janeiro.
A young Indian school boy rides a bicycle in the rain in Allahabad, India.
(Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP)
Indian fishermen pull a net they had laid to catch fish in the Arabian Sea in Trivandrum, India.
Four-year-old Rizky pours water on himself as he takes a bath in front of his house in Jakarta, Indonesia.
A worker sweeps the floor in front of an installation by U.S. artist David Moreno at the 30th Sao Paulo Biennial in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Juan Martin Del Potro of Argentina reacts after winning his Davis Cup World Group tennis match against Radek Stepanek of Czech Republic in Buenos Aires.
A military service member salutes during a transfer of remains ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington. U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans who died Tuesday night after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi, Libya, were returned to the United States.
Legendary Indian actress Sridevi walks the red carpet before the gala presentation of her film, English Vinglish at Roy Thomson Hall during the Toronto International Film Festival.
(Jennifer Roberts for The Globe and Mail)
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