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A Pakistani police officer watches over a Sufi shrine that was attacked by suicide bombers July 1. The attack may have strengthened the anti-Taliban and anti-al Qaeda sentiment in Pakistan, but is also prompting new fears of sectarian clashes. (Associated Press)

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Pakistani police officers cordon off the area where suicide bombers attacked a popular Muslim shrine in the Pakistan city of Lahore late Thursday night July 1, 2010, killing more than 30 people and wounding 175 others, the city's top official said. (AP Photo/K.M.Chaudary)

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Pakistani police officers stand guard outside a mosque as authorities beefed up security in Peshawar, Pakistan on Friday, July 2, 2010, following suicide attacks on the shrine of Sufi Data Ganj Baksh in Lahore killing scores of people and left many injured. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)

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A Pakistani police officer stands guard at the shrine of popular sufi Data Ganj Baksh in Lahore, Pakistan on Friday, July 2, 2010. Two suicide bombings that killed 42 Thursday night at the popular shrine stirred outrage in this terror-scarred nation Friday. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

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In a file photo, Pakistani police officers with detained American Muslims leave a police station to send them into prison in Sargodha, Pakistan, Monday, Jan. 4, 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. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

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A Pakistani police officer frisks a man at the entrance of the district jail where five young Muslims from the Washington, D.C., area, who were arrested in Pakistan in December, are being held, in Sargodha, Pakistan, Thursday, June 24, 2010. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)

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**FILE** A Pakistani police officer guards a U.N. car destroyed in June 2009 by suicide bomber at the Peshawar Pearl Continental Hotel. An increase in terrorist attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan triggered a spike in the number of civilians killed or wounded in 2009, pushing South Asia past the Middle East as the top terror region in the world, according to new figures compiled by a U.S. intelligence agency. (Associated Press)