World Lens — Week in Review: Protests Continue Over Anti-Islam Video

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  • Caribbean Countries Unite Over Energy
  • Julius Malema Banned From Speaking to Miners
  • Libyans Speak Out Against Film Violence
  • Nigeria Kills Boko Haram Spokesman
  • Uganda Frees British Gay Play Producer
  • U.N. Expands the List of Syrian War Crimes Offenders
  • Angola UNITA Party Challenges Election Results
  • British Royals in Row Over Nude Photos
  • Muslims Continue Protests Over Anti-Islam Video
  • Mugabe Insults Jamaicans
  • Haiti Prime Minister Sues U.S. Paper
  • Drug Traffickers Using Submarines in Caribbean

Libyans Speak Out Against Film Violence

Many Libyans spoke out against the anti-Islam film violence that claimed the life of four diplomats in Benghazi last week. “We condemn this barbaric act, which does not represent us as Libyans and Muslims and we send our sincere condolences to his family and friends,” a Libyan woman told the BBC. 

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