October 1, 2014
by Taylor Gillan
Former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic on Wednesday insisted upon his innocence during closing remarks at his genocide trial at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Karadzic, who is charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of ...[read more]
June 5, 2013
by Theresa Donovan
The Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission on Wednesday lifted the country's ban against YouTube. The website has been banned since September, after an anti-Islam movie appeared on the site. The movie, titled Innocence of Muslims, is a spoof film that characterizes the Prophet ...[read more]
February 14, 2013
by Daniel Mullen
Egypt's National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA) on Thursday appealed a court order banning YouTube because it features the controversial film Innocence of Muslims. The film, which sparked violent protests throughout the Middle East last year, depicts the Prophet Mohammad as a ...[read more]
February 9, 2013
by Max Slater
Egypt's administrative court ordered the country's National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA) on Friday to block YouTube because it carried the controversial amateur film Innocence of Muslims. The amateur film sparked violent protests in the Middle East last year for portraying the ...[read more]
January 29, 2013
by Dan Taglioli
An Egyptian court on Tuesday upheld the in absentia death sentences of seven Coptic Christians and an American preacher on charges stemming from the amateur anti-Muslim film Innocence of Muslims, which sparked violent protests in the Middle East last year. A criminal court in Cairo sentenced the ...[read more]
November 29, 2012
by Max Slater
An Egyptian court on Wednesday sentenced in absentia seven Coptic Christians and an American preacher to death on charges stemming from an anti-Muslim film, Innocence of Muslims, which sparked violent protests in the Middle East earlier this year. The death sentences are primarily symbolic, as ...[read more]
September 27, 2012
by Max Slater
An actress who claims she was duped into appearing in an anti-Islam film that sparked protests in the Middle East filed suit in the US District Court for the Northern District of California on Wednesday requesting that the film be removed from YouTube. Cindy Lee Garcia, an actress who appeared in ...[read more]

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