Spanish political satire magazine El Jueves has published a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad on its cover, soon after protests rocked the Muslim world.
How did the Nordic region go from being a tranquil group of countries to a prime target for militant attacks? One word: cartoons.
In what Sweden's government is calling a terrorist attack, a man was killed in a blast with threats referencing controversial cartoons and Afghanistan.
M&G readers have flooded us with letters about Zapiro's cartoon on the Prophet Muhammad. Read a selection here.
Readers react to Zapiro's Prophet Muhammed cartoon and a spokesperson for Minister Sicelo Shiceka takes on the M&G after our expose.
Muhammad not only encouraged smiling, he laughed easily and made jokes
From very early last Friday, the protests began rolling in. At the time of writing, my inbox alone has 79 complaints.
I have been asked repeatedly over the past week "Why did you do it? Why run a cartoon that you knew would cause such profound anger?
The M&G has released a teaser of Friday's Zapiro cartoon, in response to the uproar caused by his previous depiction of the Prophet Muhammad.
Muslims are upset with Zapiro for many reasons. So let's unpack what irks them, says Mahomed Faizal Dawjee.
The M&G will refrain from publishing any images of the Prophet Muhammad while reviewing its editorial policy on religious matters.
M&G editor Nic Dawes has reiterated the paper's disapproval of the Islamophobia that has stalked the "Everybody draw Muhammad Day" campaign.
Muslim leaders said they would be seeking an apology from the M&G after the paper published a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.