Source: BBC News
Sweden's embassy in Pakistan has expressed regret over the publication of a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad in a Swedish newspaper.
Pakistan had complained about the cartoon, which depicted the head of the Prophet on the body of a dog.
Sweden's government said it regretted any hurt but could not apologise as it was not responsible for the drawing and could not prevent its publication.
Other cartoons depicting the Prophet sparked worldwide protests last year.
Thousands of Muslims took to the streets in several countries in early 2006 in protest at the drawings, which were initially published by a Danish daily and later reproduced elsewhere.
Muslims regard any visual representation of the Prophet as blasphemous. Many Muslims also regard the dog as an impure animal.