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India Deploys Military Over Protests Against Citizenship Bill

Newsy Thursday, 12 December 2019
India Deploys Military Over Protests Against Citizenship BillWatch VideoThousands in India are taking to the streets in protest over a new citizenship bill passed by the country's parliament Wednesday. 

Known as the Citizenship Amendment Bill, the legislation outlines a path to citizenship for non-Muslim minorities from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

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The bill outlines a path to citizenship for non-Muslim minorities.

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