Today must be another day that ends with "-y."
Which means that once again, the streets of Pakistan are filled with piles of angry eyebrows.
An activist of the Pakistani fundamentalist Islamic party Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) holds a burning US flag during a protest against an alleged US employee in Karachi on February 11, 2011. Pakistani police rejected the self-defence claim of a US official who shot two men in broad daylight as a court extended his remand, pending a legal battle over diplomatic immunity. In a move likely to further inflame ties with Washington, which says their man has diplomatic immunity and should be released immediately, a court in the eastern city of Lahore ordered Raymond Davis to be held in prison for 14 days. AFP PHOTO/ ASIF HASSAN (Photo credit should read ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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