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Clashes over citizenship law in Delhi hours before Trump's arrival in Indian capital

WorldNews Monday, 24 February 2020
Clashes over citizenship law in Delhi hours before Trump's arrival in Indian capitalNEW DELHI: Indian citizens took to the streets of New Delhi on Monday over a contentious citizenship law, hours before US President Donald Trump is to arrive in the Indian capital. India has seen weeks of demonstrations and violence since a new citizenship law — that critics say discriminates against Muslims — came into force in December. The latest unrest erupted between several hundred supporters and opponents of the law in a Muslim-dominated area of northeast Delhi on Sunday, and continued into Monday with police seeking to restore order. The Press Trust of India said protesters torched at least two...
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