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Pakistani Islamics march Monday during an anti-Danish demonstration in Multan to protest the publication of drawings depicting the Prophet Mohammad. A suicide car bomb exploded outside the Danish Embassy in Islamabad on Monday, killing six people and wounding dozens. There was no claim of responsibility, though suspicion fell on al-Qaida. In April, the terror network's No. 2, Ayman al-Zawahri, called for attacks on Danish targets in response to the drawings. The blast left a huge crater in the road outside the embassy, destroyed nearby vehicles and badly damaged the office of a U.N.-funded development group.

Pakistani Islamics march Monday during an anti-Danish demonstration in Multan to protest the publication of drawings depicting the Prophet Mohammad. A suicide car bomb exploded outside the Danish Embassy in Islamabad on Monday, killing six people and wounding dozens. There was no claim of responsibility, though suspicion fell on al-Qaida. In April, the terror network's No. 2, Ayman al-Zawahri, called for attacks on Danish targets in response to the drawings. The blast left a huge crater in the road outside the embassy, destroyed nearby vehicles and badly damaged the office of a U.N.-funded development group.