At 7:35 a.m. MDT, GlobalPost filed this update:
Demonstrators attack British, German embassies in Sudan:
Anger that has been primarily directed at the U.S. during days of protest across the Middle East, North Africa and southern parts of Asia is now extending to other Western nations. Some 5,000 protestors gathered at the two posts to demonstrate, according to Reuters.
Reuters reported that Sudanese protestors "broke into the German embassy," where they raised an "Islamic flag" and set the building ablaze.
The most recent update, at 10:35 p.m. MDT, from GlobalPost describes Afghan protests:
Hundreds of Afghans protest:
Hundreds of Afghans protested on Friday, burning the U.S. flag and an effigy of President Barack Obama during a protest near the eastern city of Jalalabad. The Associated Press reported that some shouted "Death to America," but there were no reports of violence.
Mohammad Zhirullah, a protester, said the crowd called for Afghan President Hamid Karzai to sever relations with the United States. He said, "When the movie was shown around the world, it broke the heart of every Muslim."
Michael Wayne Davis II, a former resident of Eagle, pleaded guilty today in Boise to wire fraud and filing a false tax return as part of a plea agreement.
Davis, former owner of Xpress Flex Inc., a Boise company that administered tax-free benefits, including health and child care, misappropriated more than $950,000 in clients' funds, using them to pay credit card charges and business expenses for another of his companies, Payroll America Inc., between 2009 and 2010.
He has agreed to pay restitution of $999,930.90 to Xpress Flex and $45,290 to the IRS in tax losses.
Wire fraud may land Davis in jail for as long as 20 years and a maximum fine of $250,000. Filing a false tax return may net him an additional three years in prison and a maximum $100,000 fine.
Sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 3.