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Demonstrators protest outside the U.S. embassy in Tunis on Sept. 14, 2012, as police responded with tear gas. Angry demonstrations against an anti-Islam film spread to their widest extent yet around the Middle East and other Muslim countries Friday, as protesters smashed into the German Embassy in the Sudanese capital and security forces in Egypt and Yemen fired tear gas and clashed with protesters to keep them away from U.S. embassies. (Associated Press)
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Demonstrators protest outside the U.S. embassy in Tunis on Sept. 14, 2012, as police responded with tear gas. Angry demonstrations against an anti-Islam film spread to their widest extent yet around the Middle East and other Muslim countries Friday, as protesters smashed into the German Embassy in the Sudanese capital and security forces in Egypt and Yemen fired tear gas and clashed with protesters to keep them away from U.S. embassies. (Associated Press)

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