Three people were killed while protesting against the film Innocence of Muslims outside the U.S. embassy in Sudan, Friday (14/9).
However, a short news broadcast by one radio that Sudan does not provide details about the incident.
Radio broadcasts were only mentioned that the police fired tear gas and used batons to try to disperse thousands of protesters who tried to storm the embassy. Some of the protesters had entered the complex U.S. representative.
While in Tunisia, at least three people were killed and 28 others injured after police clashed with hundreds of protesters who tried to storm the U.S. Embassy associated with the film of the Prophet Muhammad.
A day earlier in Yemen, clashes after demonstrators stormed the U.S. Embassy killed four protesters and injured 48 people. Victims included 10 members of the security forces assigned to guard the embassy.
Protesters angry over the film Innocence of Muslims deemed insulting to Islam. The film has sparked outrage in various parts of the region, and the attacks carried out against a number of embassies in Sudan, Tunisia, and Egypt.
U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other U.S. citizens were killed after gunmen. The attackers were part of the mob that blamed the United States for a film that was deemed insulting to the Prophet Muhammad.
U.S. President Barack Obama promised to prosecute those responsible for the attacks on Benghazi jatab. U.S. officials suspect the attack was pre-planned.
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Washington has no connection with the film called "disgusting and despicable" the