A protest, which began outside the Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham, has ended this afternoon without any arrests.
It was held by local residents who oppose the amateur video 'Innocence of Islam,' which has led to unrest in many countries around the world.
Police patrolled the area with shops and businesses remaining open throughout.
Today's protest follows a demonstration that was held in Birmingham city centre on Friday.
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