Denmark: Ten years after cartoons controversy, is freedom of speech in jeopardy?
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It's been 10 years since the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published satirical cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed, provoking riots across the Muslim world and changing the debate on freedom of speech forever. In this exclusive report, Malcolm Brabant met with the key figures in the cartoons' controversy, who now need lifelong protection because of murder attempts.
Programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Marcel Elom Toble
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