Why the Prophet Muhammad cartoon fury still haunts Europe

Aired: 10/1/2015 | 0:09:54 | Clip
Ten years ago deadly riots broke out across the Muslim world as word spread of several cartoons published in a Danish newspaper depicting the Prophet Muhammad. Today the former editor and some of the artists still live in fear of attacks. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports that free expression is at the heart of a debate about the clash of Western values and a changing Europe.

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