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Egyptians angry at a film they said was blasphemous to Islam on Friday hurled stones at a line of police in Cairo blocking the route to the US embassy, where demonstrators climbed the walls and tore down the American flag earlier this week. US embassy in Yemen stormed - live - Telegraph

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            The MoD is aware of an incident that has taken place at Bastion

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   22.05 (17.05) Opening up this blog again for now. There are reports of
   an attack on Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.

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   According to Ben Farmer, our man in Kabul, the US part of Camp bastion
   - Camp Leatherneck - was hit by rocket and mortar fire. Some buildings
   were damaged.

   Injuries have been reported but no deaths.

   Prince Harry is of course based at the British part of Camp

   21.00 (16.00) We're going to leave it there for the night. Please check
   our Middle East page for the latest.

   20.16 (15.16) Obama and Clinton have just finished speaking at a brief
   Transfer of Remains ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base. Clinton paid
   tribute to the men who were killed individually, describing Chris Stevens
   as a man who "risked his life to help protect the Libyan people from a
   tyrant and he gave his life helping them build a better country.” She
   warns that people in the liberated Arab Spring nations "did not trade the
   tyranny of a dictator for the tyranny of a mob".

   Obama projects more solemn leadership, telling the families of the dead:
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   19.36 (14.36) The ceremony has begun in Maryland now. An emotional-
   looking Hillary Clinton is paying tribute to the four "patriots and heroes"
   whose bodies are being returned today.

   18.47 (13.47) President Obama is at Andrews Air Force Base in
   Maryland where the remains of the four Americans killed in Libya are due
   to be repatriated. He's being joined by some of the most senior members
   of his cabinet: Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary
   Clinton and Secretary of Defence Leon Panetta. Obama will meet with
   the families of the dead before speaking briefly.

   18.33 (13.33) Tunisia's official news agency is reporting that two people
   were killed and 29 injured in clashes at the US Embassy in Tunis today.
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   18.28 (13.28) President Obama has formally notified Congress by letter
   that he is deploying American forces into Libya and Yemen, as required
   by the US Constitution.

               Although these security forces are equipped for combat,
               these movements have been undertaken solely for the
               purpose of protecting American citizens and property. These
   security forces will remain in Libya and in Yemen until the security
   situation becomes such that they are no longer needed.

   18.20 (13.20) The Foreign Secretary has confirmed that all British and
   Sudanese staff at the embassy in Khartoum are safe. He says that the
   German embassy appears to have been the target of the attack and that
   some of the Germans took refuge in the British embassy during the

             As it is the Sudanese weekend very few staff were present in the
             Embassy. I am glad to say that all UK and Sudanese staff
   present during the attack are safe and that no injuries were sustained.
   All other UK staff in Khartoum are also accounted for.
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   The neighbouring German Embassy which appeared to be the focus of
   the attack was set on fire and severely damaged. We remained in close
   contact with the Germans throughout the incident and were able to offer
   shelter to German diplomats. I am pleased to say that that they are also
   safe and my colleague the German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle
   has made a statement following this attack. I am very grateful for the
   close coordination with our German colleagues throughout this incident.

   We have spoken to the Sudanese Ambassador in London and raised
   our serious concerns that this attack was able to take place. It is the
   responsibility of the Sudanese authorities to ensure that effective
   protection is provided to diplomatic premises at all times. I condemn in
   the strongest possible terms today’s attack and call on the Sudanese
   authorities to ensure that those involved are brought to justice.

   This event is a reminder of the dangers that our diplomats around the
   world sometimes have to face.

   18.02 (13.02) A little more about the Multinational Force &
   Observers (MFO) based in Sinai. There are 1,656 troops stationed at
   bases throughout the area. Twelve nations contributed soldiers to the
   force but the largest contingent is from the United States. Their mission
   is to monitor and enforce the 1979 peace agreement that ended the
   conflict between Israel and Egypt.

   17.52 (12.52) There are unconfirmed reports that international
   peacekeepers stationed in the Sinai between Israel and Egypt have
   come under attack by a mob. This is potentially very serious, especially
   if, as suggested, the UN troops have opened fire to defend themselves.

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              liamstack Liam Stack
              @AJELive reports that MFO peace keepers have opened fire on protesters in North Sinai, one possible death.
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   17.42 (12.42) So far seven people are reported dead across the region -
   three in Sudan, two in Lebanon and two in Yemen.

   17.39 (12.39) David Blair gets an update from the ground in Tunis:

                I've just spoken to Kamal Ben Younes, the director of a
                satellite TV channel in Tunis. He says that about 100
                protesters managed to break into the secure car park of the
   US embassy, where they appear to have set a vehicle alight. In the
   traditional fashion, they also burned an American flag. But they failed to
   enter the embassy itself and there are no reports of any staff being
   harmed. The police on guard may have outnumbered the relatively
   modest crowd, which numbered 100 protesters as a "maximum".

   17.23 (12.23) A very brief video purporting to show a cloud of tear gas
   as riot police face protesters in Tunis.

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   17.18 (12.18) We're expecting a statement from William Hague, the
   Foreign Secretary, fairly soon on the situation at the British embassy in
   Sudan. In the mean time, a Foreign Office source says the situation is
   much calmer than it was a few hours ago and no British diplomats have
   been hurt.

   17.15 (12.15) A team of 50 US marines from the Fleet Anti-terrorism
   Security Team has landed in Yemen to help defend the embassy there
   from any further attacks. While diplomats may be reassured by the
   arrival of heavily-armed American forces their deployment comes with a
   risk: any encounter in which US troops end up killing protesters could
   easily inflame the region all over again.

   17.00 (12.00) Protesters have torched the American School in Tunis
   are fighting with riot police outside the US embassy. The school was
   closed and no one is believed to have been hurt. "Obama, Obama, we
   are all Osamas," the protesters chanted as they lit fires.

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   16.51 (11.51) Obama will attend a ceremony this afternoon for the
   repatriation of the remains of the four Americans killed in Libya. At the
   White House press briefing Jay Carney says that Fridays often lead to
   larger crowds and the US was anticipating trouble today. He says that
   Romney's "attempt to score political points has been both factually wrong
   and poorly-timed". He also denies a report in today's Independent that
   the US ignored warnings of threats against the Benghazi consulate.
   "There was no intelligence that in any way could have been acted on to
   prevent these attacks," Carney says.

   16.32 (11.32) Indian police have arrested 86 people in Chennai after
   protesters attacked the US consulate and burned an effigy of Barack
   Obama. "They smashed the window panes, surveillance camera and
   tried to scale over the compound wall, but we dispersed them while
   exercising restraint," a senior police officer said.

   16.25 (11.25) A crowd of around 200 is gathered in front of the US

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   Embassy in London's Grovesnor Square and several American and
   Israeli flags have been burned.

   Demonstration in London, picture via Phil Han of CNN


   15.55 (10.55) Richard Spencer files from Cairo:

            Now at the official Muslim Brotherhood rally. The turn out is
            small - symbolic, even, no more than a couple of thousand.
            The Brotherhood has misplayed this crisis and left even its
   own supporters - let alone the rest of the world - confused as to where it

   There was a small procession of niqabi women carrying Islamic flags and
   chanting slogans however.

   15.18 (10.18) One of the major fears for western governments was that

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   Afghanistan could erupt into violent rioting, like the kind we saw earlier
   this year after copies of the Koran were accidentally burned by US
   troops. But so far Afghanistan has remained relatively quiet. A number
   of clerics used their Friday sermons to call for restraint.

   15.11 (10.11) German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle convened
   a press conference in Berlin earlier and echoed the line given by Hillary
   Clinton in Washington: the film is reprehensible but no justification for
   violence. He also says Germany's diplomats were evacuated out of the
   embassy before the violence broke out.

          I expressly condemn the attack on the German embassy in
          Khartoum and demand from the Sudanese authorities and
   government that the integrity and security of the embassy is restored.

   I understand the fury in the Islamic world at the anti-Islamic hate video
   and I condemn this video, but this is no justification for violence and the
   storming of embassies or endangering of people’s lives. The video is
   unacceptable and hurts the feelings of millions of believers but this is no
   justification for violence.

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   15.06 (10.06) In Khartoum, the mob is apparently beginning to move en
   masse towards the heavily fortified American embassy on the outskirts of
   the capital. Some are on foot but others are piling into cars and buses.

   14.54 (09.54) In Cairo, the crowd pauses briefly for afternoon prayers.


   14.49 (09.49) Police in Tunisia are now confronting protester outside
   the US embassy in Tunis and have opened fire with tear gas.

   14.35 (09.35) In Lebanon, our own Ruth Sherlock has spoken to a
   resident of Tripoli, who describes the anger of some Lebanese Muslims
   towards the Pope's visit.

          People organised a big demonstration in the main square
          against the movie about Prophet Mohammed. There is a lot of
   Lebanese army troops around and snipers are on the building.

   The Muslims here have a distrust of Christians because they say that the
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   The Muslims here have a distrust of Christians because they say that the
   makers of the movie are Coptic in Egypt. Yesterday I saw many posters
   of the Pope lining the streets in Tripoli, but today protestor’s scratched
   his face off [the images]. It represents the anger of people here at the
   visit by the Pope. They don’t want him come, especially because of the
   movie. They say this is a war against Islam.

   14.30 (09.30) Richard Spencer sends this picture from Cairo, where
   the crowd is attempting to set fire to the barricade in front of the US
   embassy, even as tear gas forces a temporary retreat.

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   14.24 (09.24) Just to give you a sense of the scale of the protests across
   the Middle East today and last night this is a list of the reported flash

   -Cairo, Egypt - US Embassy

   -Khartoum, Sudan - British, German and US Embassies

   -Sanaa, Yemen - US Embassy

   -Jerusalem - protests at the Old City

   -Basra, Iraq - protests

   -Tehran, Iran - protests outside the Swiss Embassy

   -Amman, Jordan - protests

   -Indian-administered Kashmir - protests

   -Tripoli, Lebanon - one protester killed as KFC burned

   14.14 (09.14) German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has
   confirmed that staff at the country's embassy in Sudan are safe.

            The German embassy in Khartoum is currently the target of
            attacks by violent demonstrators. The embassy staff are safe.
   The crisis cell at the foreign ministry (in Berlin) is meeting and is in
   contact with the embassy.

   14.08 (09.08) A demonstrator has been killed and 25 people hurt after
   an angry crowd of Islamists set fire to a KFC restaurant in northern

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   Lebanon. The crowd of 300 attacked on the US fast-food chain's outlet
   came as Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Lebanon for a three-day visit,
   calling for Christian-Muslim coexistence and attacking religious

   14.07 (09.07) The footage from Khartoum is very disturbing, showing
   hundreds of protesters dancing around fires and running amok in the
   German embassy. The crowd is reportedly marching towards the US

   14.04 (09.05) Our Middle East correspondent Richard Spencer files
   from the streets of Cairo.

              Currently outside US Embassy in Cairo, where the police have
              replicated their successful tactic from last year's
              demonstrations outside the Interior Ministry of building a
   massive barricade of concrete blocks across the road to prevent
   protesters getting near.

   Those in front are now conducting siege warfare - running up and hurling
   a continuous rain of stones over the top.

   This is a core group of probably about 50 young men. There are a few
   hundred more supporters, and a few hundred onlookers, spectators

   Meanhile a larger crowd is gathering half a mile away on the other side
   of Tahrir Square for the official Muslim Brotherhood rally. (The road to
   the embassy leads off the south-west edge of the Square but is hidden
   from it behind the giant government building known as the Mugamma)

   13.53 (08.53) Reached by phone, a member of staff at the British
   embassy in Khartoum said the situation was "calming down but needs to
   get a bit calmer".

   13.50 (08.50) Germany's foreign ministers has confirmed that all its
   diplomats in Sudan are safe. No word yet on staff at the British embassy.

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   13.46 (08.46) Britain's embassy in Sudan is under attack from a crowd
   of around 5,000 protesters. It's not clear how many staff are inside or the
   extent of the damage but apparently Sudanese police are on the scene
   and trying to hold the mob back. The Foreign Office says: "We can
   confirm an ongoing demonstration outside the British Embassy in
   Khartoum. Sudanese police are at the scene".

   The neighbouring German embassy in Khartoum has been badly
   damaged and protesters have ripped down the flag and replaced it with
   an Islamist banner.

              ShirazMaher Shiraz Maher
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   13.37 (08.37) On the campaign trail yesterday, Mitt Romney backed
   away from his criticisms of the White House's handling of the
   Benghazi attack, preferring instead to steer the conversation towards
   the economy. But last night, Richard Williamson, one of his top foreign
   policy aides, marched straight back into the territory in an interview
   with the Washington Post.

              Advisers to Mitt Romney on Thursday defended his sharp
              criticism of President Obama and said that the deadly
              protests sweeping the Middle East would not have happened
   if the Republican nominee were president.

   “There’s a pretty compelling story that if you had a President Romney,
   you’d be in a different situation,” Richard Williamson, a top Romney
   foreign policy adviser, said in an interview. “For the first time since Jimmy
   Carter, we’ve had an American ambassador assassinated.”

   Williamson added, “In Egypt and Libya and Yemen, again
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   demonstrations — the respect for America has gone down, there’s not a
   sense of American resolve and we can’t even protect sovereign American

   13.20 (08.20) The situation in Cairo remains ugly and as ever Tahrir
   Square is at the heart of the action.

              cliffcheney Cliff Cheney
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   12.58 (07.58) The Pope delivered a short speech after landing in
   Beirut, praising Lebanon for balancing its different religions and sects.

               I have also come to say how important the presence of God is in
               the life of everyone and how the manner of coexistence, this
   conviviality to which your country wishes to bear witness, will run deep
   only if it is founded upon a welcoming regard for the other and upon an

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   attitude of benevolence, and if it is rooted in God who wishes all men to
   be brothers. The celebrated Lebanese equilibrium which wishes to
   continue to be a reality, will continue through the good will and
   commitment of all Lebanese.

   12.48 (07.48) American marines were deployed to protect the country's
   embassy in Yemen, Adrian Blomfield reports.

                Hundreds of youths fought police outside the US embassy in
                Cairo overnight and another demonstration gathered in Tahrir
                Square in the morning. The Muslim Brotherhood has called
   for a "million man march" in Egypt's capital after prayers on Friday. So
   far, however, there is no sign of large numbers gathering.

   Still reeling from the killing of Chris Stevens, the ambassador to Libya,
   and three of his colleagues, Washington is trying to protect its diplomats
   from protests that have now taken place in six countries in the Muslim
   world. They were sparked by a YouTube film made in California that
   defames the Prophet Mohammed.

   Aside from the killings in Libya, the most serious incidents have taken
   place in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, where four people were killed and
   dozens injured outside the US embassy. Protesters were briefly able to
   scale the protective walls and enter the mission.

   12.25 (07.25) Meanwhile, Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi is in
   Rome, where he has again condemned the film that sparked Arab
   outrage but this time call seemed to call for people to turn their focus
   from it to "real problems"

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            We cannot accept this type of aggression and attempt to sow
            discord. These irresponsible actions yield no good and draw
   attention away from real problems like the conflict in Syria, the fate of the
   Palestinians and the lack of stability in the Middle East.

   The Egyptian people reject and oppose any pernicious attempts to
   offend the prophet of Islam. Everyone rejects this. Americans also reject
   these actions, President Obama told me.

   12.15 (07.15) Pope Benedict XVI has arrived in Lebanon where he is
   making a three-day official visit despite the turmoil in neighbouring Syria
   and across the Middle East. On the flight from Rome he spoke to
   reporters and called for an end to the "grave sin" of weapons exports to
   Syria. He also hailed the Arab Spring as a "cry fro freedom", but said it
   must be tempered by religious tolerance. And he spoke out against
   religious fundamentalism, which he said was "always a falsification of

   12.05 (07.05) Protests have been reported as far as Qatar and in
   Indian-administered Kashmir but seem most serious in Yemen, where
   four people were killed yesterday.

           Yemeni security forces fired warning shots and water cannon to
           disperse hundreds of protesters trying to reach the US embassy
   in Sanaa.

   The protesters gathered about 500 metres away from the embassy
   compound calling for the expulsion of the US envoy in Sanaa as they
   burnt the American flag.
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   They were met by security forces who blocked all roads leading to the

   12.01 (07.01) Clashes between police and protesters continue in front of
   the US Embassy in Cairo, the scene of the first flare up of violence on
   Tuesday, AFP reports.

            Egyptians angry at a film they said was blasphemous to Islam on
            Friday hurled stones at a line of police in Cairo blocking the
   route to the US embassy, where demonstrators climbed the walls and
   tore down the American flag earlier this week.

   "God is greatest" and "There is no god but God", one group near the
   front of the clashes chanted, as police in riot gear fired tear gas and
   threw stones back in a street leading from Tahrir Square to the embassy

   About 300 people had gathered to protest, some waving flags with
   religious slogans. State media reported that 224 people had been
   injured since Wednesday night. The initial protest, in which the embassy
   walls were scaled, took place on Tuesday.
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   walls were scaled, took place on Tuesday.

   12pm BST (07am EST) Good morning and welcome to our live coverage
   as protests continue against US Embassies in Egypt and Yemen as
   demonstrators rage against a film insulting the Prophet.

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