An injured Israeli soldier is wheeled into Soroka hospital in the southern town of Beersheva, Israel, Friday, Sept 21, 2012, following an exchange of fire with militants along Israel's southern border with Egypt. Military spokeswoman Lt. Col. Avital Leibovich says the militants were armed with weapons and were wearing explosive belts and flak jackets. She said they opened fire on Friday on Israeli troops guarding a team of workers building a border fence between Israel and Egypt's Sinai desert. The Israeli troops returned fire, killing the militants. An Israeli Soldier was killed in the attack.
Hezbollah supporters wearing a headband in Arabic that reads: "at your service oh prophet of God," chant slogans during a protest about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad in Lebanon's eastern city of Baalbek, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. Tens of thousands of people take part for the latest in a series of protest rallies organized by the Shiite militant group Hezbollah. Anger over insults to Islam's Prophet Muhammad isn't enough to bring Lebanon's divided Sunni and Shiite Muslims together. The two sects, which have been locked in sometimes violent political competition, hold separate protests. A hardline Sunni cleric accuses Shiite Hezbollah of using the protests to distract from the fighting in neighboring Syria.
Protesters torch a cinema in Peshawar, Pakistan on Friday, Sept 21, 2012. Tens of thousands protested against an anti-Islam film around the country after the government encouraged peaceful protests and declared a national holiday ? "Love for the Prophet Day." Demonstrations turned violent and over a dozen people were killed, including a driver for a Pakistani television station, who died after police opened fire on rioters torching a cinema in the northwest city of Peshawar.
Pakistani protesters topple a shipping container police used to block the road to the US consulate in Lahore, Pakistan on Friday, Sept 21, 2012. Tens of thousands protested around the country against an amateurish anti-Muslim film produced in the United States and vulgar caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published in a French satirical weekly after the government encouraged peaceful protests and declared a national holiday "Love for the Prophet Day." Demonstrations turned violent in several Pakistani cities and over a dozen people were killed and many more injured.
Grace Alexander of the U.S., right, lies on the road after she crashed during the junior women road race of the World Championship Cycling over 65 kilometers (40.6 miles) near Valkenburg, southern Netherlands, Friday Sept. 21, 2012.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon rings the Peace Bell during the annual ceremony in the Rose Garden of the United Nations, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012.