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In a file photo, A detained American Muslim, center, is hugged by his father as another, second right, looks on upon their arrival to appear in an anti terrorist court in Sargodha, Pakistan, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010. The five American men were convicted Thursday on terror charges by a Pakistan court and sentenced to 15 years in prison each, a prosecutor said. The judge handed down two prison terms for each man, one for 10 years and the other for five, said deputy prosecutor Rana Bakhtiar. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)
Photo by: Anjum Naveed
In a file photo, A detained American Muslim, center, is hugged by his father as another, second right, looks on upon their arrival to appear in an anti terrorist court in Sargodha, Pakistan, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010. The five American men were convicted Thursday on terror charges by a Pakistan court and sentenced to 15 years in prison each, a prosecutor said. The judge handed down two prison terms for each man, one for 10 years and the other for five, said deputy prosecutor Rana Bakhtiar. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)

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