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The photo on the cover of the December edition of FHM India, a lifestyle magazine, shows Pakistani actress Veena Malik with ISI, representing Pakistan's spy agency, tattooed on her left arm (top). Miss Malik (above) says photos in the magazine were doctored to make her appear to be nude. (Associated Press)

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** FILE ** Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani gives an interview at his home on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

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** FILE ** Smoke rises after a reported NATO airstrike in Pakistan's tribal area of Mohmand, along the Afghanistan border, on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011. (AP Photo/Pakistan Inter Services Public Relations Department)

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Protesters condemn the weekend NATO strikes on Pakistani border posts as they demonstrate in Lahore, Pakistan, on Monday, Nov. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/K.M.Chaudary)

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Protesters rally in Lahore, Pakistan, on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011, to condemn a NATO airstrike on Pakistani troops that killed 24 along the nation's border with Afghanistan. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

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Afghanistan-bound trucks carrying supplies for NATO forces are forced to park after authorities closed the Torkham border crossing in Pakistan on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011. (AP Photo/Qazi Rauf)

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Pakistani protesters shout slogans against America and NATO in Lahore, Pakistan, on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011. Pakistan on Saturday accused NATO helicopters and fighter jets of firing on two army checkpoints and killing 24 soldiers. Islamabad retaliated by closing the border crossings used by the international coalition to supply its troops in neighboring Afghanistan. (AP Photo/K.M.Chaudary)

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Pakistani security personnel stop trucks carrying supplies for NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan at Takhtabeg check post in Pakistani tribal area of Khyber, Pakistan, on their way to Torkham border post on Saturday, Nov 26, 2011. Pakistan on Saturday accused NATO helicopters of firing on two army checkpoints in the northwest and killing 25 soldiers, then retaliated by closing a key border crossing used by the coalition to supply its troops in neighboring Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Muhammad Sajjad)

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** FILE ** NATO fuel tankers enter Afghanistan through Pakistan's border crossing in Torkham, east of Kabul, on Oct. 10, 2010. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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** FILE ** In this March 31, 2008, file photo, Pakistan's former Information Minister Sherry Rehman is seen in her office in Islamabad, Pakistan. Rehman is Pakistan's ambassador to the United States. (AP Photo, file)

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People from the Pakistani Christian community in Karachi, Pakistan, attend a Sunday service at the new St. Peter's church. The domed, three-story building towers over the sprawling slum it serves and is the largest yet in the violent, Muslim country. (Associated Press)

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Pakistani security officials visit the site of a suicide explosion in Karachi, Pakistan, on Nov. 16, 2011. Three terrorists and two police officers were killed in the encounter, police said. (Associated Press)

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"We want to fight, talk and build all at the same time,"Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday about terrorists in Pakistan and Afghanistan. (T.J. KIRKPATRICK / THE WASHINGTON TIMES)

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Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said in Washington on Wdnesday that he is convinced that authorities did not know Osama bin Laden was living among them. (Associated Press)

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Pakistani army soldiers salute the coffins of their colleagues killed in a gun battle with militants during a funeral prayer in Peshawar, Pakistan, on Oct. 21, 2011. Militants attacked a group of paramilitary soldiers conducting a search operation in Pakistan's Khyber tribal area the previous night, sparking fighting that killed three soldiers and 34 militants, said Farooq Khan, a senior government official in the area. (Associated Press)

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The June robbery of this bank in Dera Ismail Khan was part of a Taliban shift to crime inside Pakistan to pay for militant activities. (Associated Press)

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A Pakistani police officer stands guard in June at a police station damaged by suicide bombers in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan. The bombing, which killed nine officers, was in retaliation for the deaths of four Black Night Taliban killed by police 10 days earlier after a brazen daylight bank robbery. (Associated Press)

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Pakistanis mourn Oct. 4, 2011, at a local hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, the death of a relative killed in a firing incident. Suspected Sunni extremists opened fire on Shiite Muslims traveling through southwestern Pakistan, killing scores of people and wounding six others in the latest apparent sectarian attack to plague the country, police said. (Associated Press)

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Ari Roland, Zaid Nasser and Chris Byars (from left) perform during a concert before several hundred people in Pakistan on Tueday. (Associated Press)

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Pakistani singer Rameez Mukhtar (center) is accompanied by Ari Roland (left) and Chris Byars of the Ari Roland Jazz Quartet during a concert sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan. The embassy also plans to bring over a country rock band and a hip-hop group. (Associated Press)