The police fired at the mob of over a thousand in an episode that lasted several hours in India. Three died, while over a hundred were arrested.
“It’s so insulting partly because it engages in Hitler revisionism and tries to basically pit Jews and Muslims against each other,” said one student.
Radiocarbon dating has revealed the parchment, held at a library at the University of Birmingham in the UK, is one of the oldest known fragments of the Muslim holy book in existence.
Amid Death Threats and Attacks on Muslims, Garland Remains Divided in Wake of 'Draw Muhammad' Shootings
Events since Sunday's failed attack speak to broader tensions in Garland, Texas, where two would-be attackers were killed by police.
A news bulletin on the Islamic State's al Bayan Radio described the two men who attempted to storm the event in the Dallas suburb as "soldiers of the caliphate" and promised further attacks in the US.
Danish police shot and killed a man early Sunday morning who they believe committed the attacks on a synagogue and free speech event that left two people dead and five wounded.
After a brief surge in popularity here in Canada, many people have moved on from the satirical magazine. We took a closer look at why.
Exclusive Interview with 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoonist Luz
Witnesses say police shot and killed at least two people as hundreds gathered in Kabul to protest the French magazine's depictions of the Prophet Muhammad.
Coming soon: VICE News speaks to Luz, the surviving 'Charlie Hebdo' cartoonist behind the magazine’s controversial Prophet Muhammad covers.
Residents of Russia's mostly Muslim Chechen Republic came out for a huge protest against 'Charlie Hebdo' today, proclaiming the magazine's 'immorality' and their love for the prophet Muhammad.
Ten people have been killed during violent demonstrations in Niger over the recent 'Charlie Hebdo' cover that features a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.