US college newspaper prints Muhammed cartoons

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
May 6, 2006 08:47

 
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A weekly student newspaper at a Chicago-area community college has published a series of cartoons that have sparked outrage and violence around the Islamic world in recent months. The Courier at the College of DuPage printed the controversial Prophet Muhammad cartoons in its Friday editions along with an article on why the newspaper published the drawings. Courier editor-in-chief Kristina Zaremba said Friday night that she stands by the newspaper's decision to publish the cartoons and plans to run an editorial in the paper's next issue responding to the many letters it has received.


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