In this image made available by the Vatican newspaper Osservatore Romano, Pope Benedict XVI receives a present from Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak, left, in the pontiff's summer residence in Castelgandolfo in the Alban Hills south of Rome, Monday, July 18, 2011. After the meeting, the Vatican and the mostly Muslim Asian nation of Malaysia established diplomatic relations. Malaysia was one of fewer than 20 countries in the world lacking formal diplomatic ties with the Vatican. Roman Catholics and other Christians compromise nearly 10 percent of Malaysia's 28 million people. (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano, HO) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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In this image made available by the Vatican newspaper Osservatore Romano, Pope Benedict XVI receives a present from Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak, left, in the pontiff's summer residence in Castelgandolfo in the Alban Hills south of Rome, Monday, July 18, 2011. After the meeting, the Vatican and the mostly Muslim Asian nation of Malaysia established diplomatic relations. Malaysia was one of fewer than 20 countries in the world lacking formal diplomatic ties with the Vatican. Roman Catholics and other Christians compromise nearly 10 percent of Malaysia's 28 million people.  (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano, HO) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this image made available by the Vatican newspaper Osservatore Romano, Pope Benedict XVI receives a present from Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak, left, in the pontiff's summer residence in Castelgandolfo in the Alban Hills south of Rome, Monday, July 18, 2011. After the meeting, the Vatican and the mostly Muslim Asian nation of Malaysia established diplomatic relations. Malaysia was one of fewer than 20 countries in the world lacking formal diplomatic ties with the Vatican. Roman Catholics and other Christians compromise nearly 10 percent of Malaysia's 28 million people. (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano, HO) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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