Iran's Khamenei asks India to stop attacks on Muslims after deadly riots
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged India on Thursday to "confront extremist Hindus" and "stop the massacre of Muslims", adding to the international fallout over deadly Hindu-Muslim violence in New Delhi. At least 44 people were killed...
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