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Muslims in India, Bangladesh protest cartoon

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Muslims in India, Bangladesh protest cartoon

Muslims in India, Bangladesh protest cartoon

Protesters in India's western city of Mumbai and in Dhaka took to the streets on Wednesday to protest remarks by French President Emmanuel Macron in a row about cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.


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