Two People Killed in Kabul Protest against Charlie Hebdo
KABUL: (Middle East Press) at least two people were killed in Kabul City on Saturday while hundreds of Muslims have staged a protest against Charlie Hebdo, a French weekly magazine magazine who published caricature of Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w).
Three other people were injured following the incident.
The incident took place in Pul-e-Charkhil area of Kabul after protesters began clashing with police forces.
In the meantime, the police have said that protesters were carrying the Taliban flag and were trying to enter a private bank branch.
Kabul police say there were armed men among the protesters who fired on public.