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'Four militants' killed in India

Indian police say they have killed four suspected militants who were planning to kill the Chief Minister of Gujarat state, Narendra Modi. The police accused the four, who were shot dead on Tuesday, of being part of a Pakistan-based “suicide squad”. The militants were driving near the airport of Gujarat’s main city, Ahmedabad, when they were intercepted, a police official said. Gujarat, in western India, was wracked by religious violence in 2002. The riots left at least 1,000 dead – most of them Muslims. They began when a mob – believed to be mostly Muslim – set fire to a train compartment carrying Hindu activists. Full Story

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