Marchers in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo protest over the publication of cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad.
Right-wing Turks lead a protest march to the Danish embassy in Ankara. The controversial cartoons first appeared in a Danish newspaper.
In the West Bank town of Hebron, a man working for a team of European observers looks through a window smashed by Palestinian protesters.
Women join demonstrations in Kabul. Several people have died in Afghanistan in clashes between protesters and police.
The Danish flag is symbolically set aflame in Jakarta, now also the scene of regular protests over the cartoons.
Denmark's flag is also burnt by protesters in the Iraqi city of Baquba. The country's Shia and Sunni communities have been united in anger over the cartoons.
Shia Muslim marchers in the Pakistani city of Peshawar demand diplomatic sanctions over the drawings.
An effigy of Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen is torched in the Pakistani city of Lahore. Apologies and appeals for calm from Mr Rasmussen have largely gone unheeded.
A policeman fires a tear-gas canister at protesters in Srinagar, in Indian-administered Kashmir.
An Iranian protester injured in clashes with police receives emergency attention.