A US appeals court on Wednesday ordered YouTube to take down an anti-Islamic movie that triggered protests in the Muslim world, after an actress alleged she had been duped into appearing in it.
The man behind a film that stoked anti-US protests across the Muslim world has been moved from prison to a halfway house to serve the remaining weeks of his sentence, federal officials said on Tuesday.
The Pakistan government will decide in a couple of days whether to lift a ban imposed on YouTube last year for hosting clips from a controversial anti-Islam film, a federal minister said on Wednesday.
The protests over the anti-Islam film erupted in Cairo last September and spread to more than 20 countries causing violent riots.
An Egyptian court on Saturday ordered blocking of video-sharing website YouTube for a month for hosting an anti-Islam film that triggered deadly outrage across the Muslim world last year.
The Cairo Criminal Court handed down the death penalty to the seven Egyptian Christians, including the film`s maker.
The maker of the anti-Islam movie, ‘Innocence of Muslims,’ which outraged the Muslim world, has said that he ‘has no regrets.’
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has now planned to wage a ‘holy’ war over the insult of Prophet Mohhamad.
The Saudi government called for greater international cooperation to censor such material at the source, comparing it to outlawed content such as images of child abuse and malicious software.
Malik said, "I pointed out that he is a fugitive of law, I did have information.
A Kazakh court Thursday ruled that the anti-Islam US film ‘Innocence of Muslims’ was extremist and issued a nationwide ban on its distribution, Judge Kuanysh Zhaksybergenov said.
Tunisia on Thursday extended the state of emergency by another month, Xinhua reported.
A Kazakh court on Thursday ruled that the anti-Islam US film "Innocence of Muslims" was extremist.
The US consulate has announced closure of the American Center in Kolkata, including the library, on Thursday and Friday .
A huge mob of more than 2000 people torched ten vehicles, including two police vehicles after a protest against an anti-Islam film.
A former Pakistani lawmaker on Monday offered a USD 200,000 bounty for anyone who kills the maker of an anti-Islam film.
The rally was taken out by the Sunni extremist group Ahle Sunnat wa Al-Jamaat.
The case is said to be ``fairly unusual``, as Pakistan`s harsh blasphemy laws are more often invoked against alleged insults to Islam, not minority faiths.
Thousands of people marched through streets of Pakistan`s biggest city Karachi to protest against an anti-Islam film that angered Muslims across the globe.
"About 100,000 people will take part in a march from Chamkani to Karkhano in Peshawar," The News Agency quoted DPC media coordinator Advocate Israrullah.
Day in Pics: 28th January
Showbiz World - January 28, 2015
President Barack Obama's speech at Siri Fort auditorium