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Jakob Scharf (right), Danish Security and Intelligence Service chief, and Anders Danielsson, the head of Sweden's security police, speak on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010, in Copenhagen at a press conference about the arrest of five suspects in an alleged plot to attack the newsroom of a paper that printed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. (AP Photo/Mathias Christensen, Polfoto)
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Jakob Scharf (right), Danish Security and Intelligence Service chief, and Anders Danielsson, the head of Sweden's security police, speak on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010, in Copenhagen at a press conference about the arrest of five suspects in an alleged plot to attack the newsroom of a paper that printed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. (AP Photo/Mathias Christensen, Polfoto)

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