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Indian court rules in favor of Hindus in explosive row with Muslims

Reuters Saturday, 9 November 2019
India's Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Hindu group on Saturday in a centuries-old dispute with minority Muslims over a place of worship in northern India that has been a lightning rod for tension between the two communities.
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News video: Indian court hands disputed religious site to Hindus

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India&apos;s Supreme Court on Saturday awarded a bitterly contested religious site to Hindus, dealing a defeat to Muslims who also claim the land that has sparked some of the country&apos;s bloodiest riots since independence. Lauren Anthony reports.

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