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Afghan protest over anti-Islam film turns into melee

Demonstrators in Afghanistan attacked police officers along a road leading to the U.S. Embassy in Kabul as tensions remained high Monday in the Muslim world over a movie trailer that mocks the Prophet Mohammed.

U.S. embassies tighten security as protests rage over anti-Islam film

United States embassies and consulates across the Middle East kept security forces at the ready Friday as Muslims protested across the region, enraged by an online movie trailer that characterizes the Prophet Mohammed as a womanizing buffoon.

USA, China

Around The World- USA (NASA- Evidence of snowfall on mars comes from Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. A graphic depicts what NASA scientists say is proof of snowfall on the red planet.

Greece, London, USA

Around The World(FOX44) Greece- greece's prime minister met with international debt inspecotrs today hoping to reach an agreement with them on the details of 15.3 billion dollars worth of austerity cuts.  

Greece,Thailand, Jerusalem

Around The World(FOX44) Greece- the unemployment rate in Greece topped 24 percent in June. The number of people out of work in June increased by 34 thousand to more than 1.2 million.

World Food Prices, Costa Rica Quake, US Aid Syria Refugees

Around The World( FOX44)  World Food prices- UN food agencies say world leaders must take swift action to ensure rising food prices don't mean catastrophe for tens of millions of people.

Serbia, Columbia, USA

Around The World (FOX44) Serbia- Firefighters are on the ground and in the air battling more than 200 wildfires that have broken out over the last 24 hours in Serbia.

Egypt, Germany, Nasa Rover

Around The World(FOX44) Egypt- Egypt wants 4.8 billion dollars from the international monetary fund to boost its battered economy.

Arctic Ocean, Iran, Spain

Around The World(FOX44)- Arctic Ocean- The Arctic Ocean ice cover has shrunk to its lowest level for mid August since record keeping began.

USA, Syria

Around The World (FOX44) USA- Missouri congressman Todd Akin apologized today for his comments that women's bodies are able to prevent pregnancies if they are victims of, quote, "a legitimate rape"