Smoke rises from burned tires in front of the U.S camp during an angry protest against an anti-Islam film in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sept. 17, 2012. At least 40 policemen were injured on Monday morning during a protest which against an anti-Islam movie, made in the U.S.. The protest turned into violent clashes between police and protesters on Pul-i-Charkhi road in eastern part of the Afghan capital Kabul, the police said. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)
40 Afghan police hurt in anti-Islam film demonstrations
KABUL, Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- Angry Afghans held demonstrations in Afghan capital Kabul on Monday to condemn the anti-Islam film recently produced by an American entity. The demonstrations ended up in violent conflicts with the local police, leaving 40 policemen injured.
"Up to 40 policemen were injured as protesters clashed with the police on Pul-i-Charkhi road Monday morning," Kabul police chief Mohammad Ayub Salangi told reporters. Full story
40 Afghan policemen injured as demonstration against anti-Islam film turns to violent in Kabul
KABUL, Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- At least 40 policemen were injured Monday morning when a protest against anti-Islam movie, made in the U.S., turned into violent clashes between police and protestors on Pul-i-Charkhi road in eastern part of the Afghan capital Kabul, police said.
"Up to 40 policemen were injured in protests against anti-Islam movie which were held on Pul-i-Charkhi road Monday morning," police chief of Kabul, Mohammad Ayub Salangi, told reporters after the protests ended in different parts of Pul-i-Charkhri or Jalalabad road. Full story