World Lens — Week in Review: Feb. 29

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NATO Afghanistan Quran Burning Causes Deadly Attacks

A rash of protests and violent attacks have raged since it was discovered that the Qurans that were burned were among religious materials seized from a detainee facility. President Obama apologized to Afghan president Hamid Karzai last week, calling the burning an inadvertent error.

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