Anti-American protests, sparked by an anti-Muslim movie, have spread throughout the world. Almost a week after U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three members of his staff were killed in Libya, the protests continue to be deadly.
FOX News Radio's Emily Wither has details on how far the protests are spreading from our Middle East bureau:
A demonstrator has died in Pakistan after protesters starting fighting with the police after setting fire to a government building and a press club.
And there's no let up in Indonesia. The police there, firing tear gas and water cannons to hold the angry crowd back from the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta.
In Afghanistan, protesters set fire to cars and threw stones at a U.S. military base in Kabul - up to 50 police officers injured in the cross-fire.
While the terror group Hezbollah in Lebanon is calling for a show on the streets.
In Jerusalem, Emily Wither, FOX News Radio.
The protests against America are not limited to the Middle and Far East - they're spreading throughout Europe, as well.
FOX News Radio's Simon Owen has more on those protests from London:
Around 300 Muslims gathering outside the U.S. Embassy here in London, shouting "Our Prophet, Our Honor."
(Protesters) "Our Prophet, Our Honor."
Protesters blame the American government for the low-budget movie, which mocks Islam's Prophet Mohammed.
(Protester) "This is a movie that was licensed, that was promoted, that was produced by the States. We don't believe that the American government can just wash its hands of this."
That's despite Secretary of State Hillary Clinton calling the movie "disgusting." Protesters in Belgium have chanted "Obama, go to Hell," while the American flag was set on fire at a protest in Turkey.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News Radio.
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