Protest Death Toll Rises

    A Sudanese demonstrator burns a German flag as others shout slogans after torching the German embassy in Khartoum during a protest against a low-budget film mocking Islam on September 14, 2012. Around 5,000 protesters in the Sudanese capital angry over the amateur anti-Islam film stormed the embassies of Britain and Germany, which was torched and badly damaged. AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY        (Photo credit should read ASHRAF SHAZLY/AFP/GettyImages)

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    U.S. embassies in Cairo, Sudan, Tunisia, and Yemen were all under siege Friday as protesters angered by an anti-Muslim film continue to demonstrate. Two people were killed and at least 28 were wounded during protests in Tunisia, according to state television. In Cairo, rioters continued to clash with police outside the embassy, leaving 27 injured. In Sudan, 3 are reported dead after protesters attacked the German Embassy, while others reportedly broke into the U.S. Embassy. A U.S. Marine Corps security team is being sent to Yemen and Sudan to defend U.S. posts, military sources tell CNN.

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