At least 17 Pakistanis have been killed and hundreds injured after protests against the film Innocence of Muslims turned violent on Friday - a day the Pakistani government declared a holiday called "Love for the Prophet Day." The holiday called for peaceful protests against the film, but quickly devolved into riots which burned two banks, six cinemas, five police vehicles and a KFC, according to a report by Al Jazeera.
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