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Quran burning

19 Aug 2023
The European Union's attempts to bolster free speech in parts of Asia have taken another setback following protests from Muslim-majority countries in response to Quran burnings across northern Europe this year.
12 Jul 2023
The UN Human Rights Council says hate speech is on the rise worldwide. The body held an urgent debate on Quran burnings and religious hatred at Pakistan's request.
2 Jul 2023
A series of Islamic countries have criticized the burning of pages of the Quran outside a mosque in Stockholm as part of an authorized protest. Turkish President Erdogan was among them, amid NATO talks with Sweden.

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