‘Charlie Hebdo’ Protesters in Niger Set Churches on Fire, 4 Dead

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Muslim anger flared over a French satirical weekly’s latest caricature of the Prophet Muhammad, with four people reported killed and dozens injured at a protest Friday in the West African country of Niger, and violent clashes between demonstrators and police in Pakistan, Jordan and Algeria. Supporters say the cartoon on the cover of Charlie Hebdo is a defiant expression of free speech following a deadly attack on the publication’s Paris office, which killed 12 people on Jan. 7, but many Muslims viewed it as another attack on their religion.


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2 thoughts on “‘Charlie Hebdo’ Protesters in Niger Set Churches on Fire, 4 Dead”

  1. pity on Africa,   incident that took place in Europe, final worsen in africa, illitracy is beyond its limit in africa, for us africans to rise we must put our differences aside, and develop our continent regardless of who we are but a just society that can contain all of us, we need to respect our diversity, not always news about crises in africa, very sad about the church burn, the holy place, just because of Mohammed or Islam,  why cant we consider or believe our God(Allah) is of all, one tree with many branches,  it really pains when church is burn, rather mosque to be burn.

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