Slights and barbs have marred relations between France’s Emmanuel Macron and Turkey’s Tayyip Erdogan for years, but the row over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad has dragged them to a new low which could have more lasting consequences. Megan Revell reports.
Muslims organisations in Kolkata held protest against French President Emmanuel Macron on November 04. The demonstration was against his criticism of radical Islam after a school teacher was beheaded in France for showing cartoons of Prophet Muhammad. The protestors were holding placards written "boycott French product". Police put up a barricade to limit the gathering and to maintain the law and order.