Muslims have staged yet more protests over comments on Islam quoted by Pope Benedict XVI in a speech in Germany last week. This image is from a march in Jakarta, Indonesia.
In Pakistan many women joined the demonstrations, holding placards describing the comments as the opening salvo in a crusade.
There were similar scenes in the Jordanian capital Amman.
In Basra, Iraq, a large copy of the Koran was carried by protesters...
And crowds cheered as an effigy of the Pope and a German flag were set alight.
There were similar scenes in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir, where an effigy of the Pope was also burned.
The protests have sparked a tightening of security around Christian sites in Israel and the Palestinian territories, as can be seen at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
A number of churches in Palestinian areas have been attacked. This one in the West Bank town of Tulkarm was gutted by fire.
Security has also increased in Italy and the Vatican City. Here pilgrims attending a Mass at the Pope's summer residence Castel Gandolfo are thoroughly searched.