Rioters Storm U.S. Embassy in Yemen

    Yemeni protesters try to break the security camera of the US embassy in Sanaa during a protest over a film mocking Islam on September 13, 2012. Yemeni forces managed to drive out angry protesters who stormed the embassy in the Yemeni capital with police  firing warning shots to disperse thousands of people as they approached the main gate of the mission.   AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED HUWAIS        (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED HUWAIS/AFP/GettyImages)

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    Hillary Clinton said that the amateur U.S. film that depicts the prophet Muhammed as a fraud was "disgusting and reprehensible." Meanwhile, rioters stormed the U.S. embassy in Yemen on Thursday morning, breaching the wall of the embassy and setting fire to vehicles as security forces reportedly opened fire. Security forces managed to gain control of the compound in Sanaa by using the live ammunition, tear gas and water cannons, injuring several people, although protests continued outside the embassy walls. Protests have broken out throughout the Muslim world—including Iran, Tunisia, and Gaza. In Cairo, protests continued for the third day  on Thursday outside the U.S. embassy, with at least 10 people injured in overnight clashes. In Libya, the U.S. ambassador and three others were killed on Tuesday by riots over the film outside the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.

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