1. Close of French flag being set on fire by Iraqi journalists protesting about cartoons of Prophet Muhammad published in French magazine Charlie Hebdo, protesters chanting as flag is burning outside French Embassy
2. Protester stepping on flag
3. Protester raising burning French flag and dropping the remains on ground
4. Various of riot police and protesters facing each other, as protester chant (Arabic) "There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of god!"
5. Banner in Arabic hailing Prophet Muhammed
6. Close of sign, reading (Arabic): "All of us are against terrorism"
7. Protesters holding banner and chanting (Arabic): "There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is messenger of god!"
8. Riot police and protesters in front of door leading to French embassy
9. Riot police at scene
10. Journalist Mohammed Jabir holding small Iraqi flag and banner hailing Prophet Muhammad
11. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Mohammed Jabir, Journalist:
"The aggression committed by the French magazine (Charlie Hebdo) against Prophet Muhammad is an aggression targeting more than 1.5 billion Muslims (in the world). I think the aggression is a cowardly and terrorist act."
12. Various of protesters holding banner and chanting (Arabic): "There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is messenger of god!"
13. Wide of protesters in front of doors leading to French embassy
Dozens of Iraqi journalists working for al-Nahar press institution on Thursday gathered on a road leading to the French embassy in central Baghdad protesting against the recent cartoons of Prophet Muhammad published by French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
The protesters burned a French flag in front of the embassy.
The French Embassy in Baghdad has been protected by large metal gates and concrete walls since 2003.
There have been protests around the Muslim world following the publication of a special edition of Charlie Hebdo which featured caricatures of Prophet Muhammad.
The edition was published in the wake of an attack on the magazine's Paris office in which 12 people were killed.