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Indian Maoists kill 55 in mine blast, toll may rise

Maoists rebels set off a land mine under a truck on Tuesday in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh, killing 55 people who belonged to a government-sponsored anti-Maoist group, police said. The attack came on the eve of a visit to the country by U.S. President George W, Bush and was one of the biggest by Maoists in recent years. “Maoists set off a land mine in Darmagura area in Dantewada district, killing 55 people,” senior police officer S.K Paswan told Reuters. Full Story

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