(KCEN) -- US authorities investigating the US Consulate killings in Libya have delayed their arrival to the region as violence rages on.
Thousands of protesters across the world have taken to the streets fueled by an anti-Islam film released by an American filmmaker.
Anti-US protests following the US consulate killings in Libya have spread even further across the globe.
In Australia, hundreds of protesters demonstrated outside of the American Consulate in Sydney. In the Middle East, thousands of Muslims have taken to the streets.
FBI officials investigating the killings in Benghazi have put off their visit until the volatile region is safer.
The members of the security council condemned in the strongest terms the series of violent attacks against embassies and consulate premises of member states in multiple locations.
Protesters are raging over an anti-Islam film this American filmmaker has put out. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula has been interviewed by authorities.
In his weekly address, President Obama promised justice for those who killed US Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the consulate.
"There is never any justification for violence. There is no religion that condones the targeting of innocent men and women. There is no excuse for attacks on our embassies and consulates. And so long as I am Commander-In-Chief, The United States will never tolerate efforts to harm our fellow Americans," Obama says.
Some say Tuesday's attack was planned.
General National Congress President Mohammed al-Megaryet says, "It was a deliberate and pre-planned attack in every sense of the word. I was given enough details by witnesses."
US officials say they have no evidence that the attack was premeditated, but as calm appeared to be restored in Downtown Cairo Saturday, the scene of the first protest gives hope that other demonstrations will follow suit.
Libyan investigators have started to examine the inside of the US Consulate in Benghazi.
Investigators were seen carrying boxes as they left the consulate.