Two people were killed when violence broke out at an anti-Charlie Hebdo protest in the Afghan capital on Saturday, according to witnesses, but Kabul`s police chief said there were no deaths and only two injuries.
Thousands of people joined a march by the German anti-Islamisation PEGIDA movement on Sunday, the group`s first rally since threats surfaced against the group and its leader resigned over "Hitler" photos.
A Pakistani minister on Tuesday blamed Saudi Arabia of creating unrest in Pakistan and other Muslim countries by distributing money to promote its ideology, remarks that could land him in trouble considering the close ties between the two nations.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday she had a duty to protect the right to demonstrate in Germany, regardless of the issue, and offered federal security support after an anti-Islam march was cancelled because of a terrorist threat.
In what could send chills down one's spine, a Burmese woman, who resided in Saudi Arabia, was publicly beheaded in Islam’s holy city of Mecca on allegations that she had killed her step daughter, reports stated on Saturday.
North Korea said on Friday it was committed to fighting money laundering and financing of terrorism, two weeks after being slapped with more US sanctions in the wake of a cyberattack on Sony Pictures which Washington blamed on Pyongyang.
Belgium was on high alert Friday after two suspected jihadists were killed in a police raid, while German and French police made fresh arrests to put Europe on edge a week after the Islamist attacks in Paris.