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Clashes erupt in Indian capital over citizenship law; Modi rejects criticism

Reuters Tuesday, 17 December 2019
Clashes erupted in New Delhi on Tuesday between thousands of protesters and police, the latest violence in a week of opposition to a new law that makes it easier for non-Muslims from neighboring countries to gain citizenship.
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Protests against India's new citizenship law continued in New Delhi on Tuesday (December 17). At least 21 people were injured after clashes erupted between police forces and protesters in North-East Delhi.

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