There have been more angry Muslim protests around the world, as here in Nairobi, Kenya, to condemn the publication of cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad.
In Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, protesters burn a Danish flag. The cartoons first appeared in a Danish newspaper.
Protesters in Indian-administered Kashmir hold the Koran, denouncing Denmark and other European nations where the cartoons have been printed.
Thousands take to the streets in Pakistan's capital, Islamabad.
Thousands more stage a protest rally outside a mosque in Sri Lanka's capital, Colombo.
In Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, demonstrators make their feelings felt in front of the Danish embassy.
Scuffles with police were reported during a big demonstration in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
In the Philippines, protesters condemn what they say are "blasphemous" cartoons, chanting "Allahu Akbar!" (God is Great!)