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** FILE ** The headquarters of the Jyllands-Posten newspaper in Aarhus, Denmark, is protected by a metal fence and round-the-clock security guards, and all mail is scanned before being opened. The newspaper has been the target of terrorists for publishing cartoons that caricatured the Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo/ Polfoto/Kaare Viemose, File)
Photo by: Kaare Viermose
** FILE ** The headquarters of the Jyllands-Posten newspaper in Aarhus, Denmark, is protected by a metal fence and round-the-clock security guards, and all mail is scanned before being opened. The newspaper has been the target of terrorists for publishing cartoons that caricatured the Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo/ Polfoto/Kaare Viemose, File)

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