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Indian court acquits 4 Hindu activists in train bombing that killed over 40 Pakistani nationals

Indian security personnel walk past the charred coaches of the Samjauta Express train, which caught fire after a blast at Dewana, about 50 miles north of New Delhi in February 2007. (Mustafa Quraishi/AP) NEW DELHI — A special court in India Wednesday acquitted four Hindu activists, including a monk, accused of carrying out deadly blasts in 2007 on the Samjhauta Express — a biweekly train that runs between India and Pakistan. The blasts, which occurred in the north Indian state of Haryana bordering New Delhi, had killed 68 people, most of whom were Pakistani nationals. The deceased included about […]

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