NEW WAVE OF UNREST SWEEPS ISLAMIC WORLD
LIBYAN EMBASSY ATTACKED
AMBASSADOR STEVENS KILLED
By Karen DeYoungMichael BirnbaumWilliam Branigin, The Washington Post
By Updated: Friday, September 14, 10:02 AMThe Washington Post,
Protesters in Tunis broke into the U.S. Embassy compound and set fire to cars in the parking lot before being pushed out by police and special forces, who also confronted stone-throwing crowds with tear gas and gunfire, the Associated Press reported. Police in Khartoum, Sudan fired on protesters trying to scale the walls of the embassy there, AP said. And security forces in Sanaa, Yemen, fired guns in the air to keep protesters away from that city’s U.S. Embassy, a day after its compound was broken into and looted.
Middle Eastern "Roulette".
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