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Maoists massacre 25 ahead of Bush’s visit to India

Leftwing guerrillas killed at least 25 anti-Maoist campaigners after ambushing a convoy of trucks ferrying the unarmed activists in central India, police said. The massacre, the bloodiest in recent years in Chattisgarh state, came on the eve of a three-day visit by US President George W. Bush to India for talks on strategic ties and countering terrorism. The rebels ambushed five trucks in Dantewada district. After blowing one up they torched the remaining four taking the anti-Maoist activists to their homes, Chattisgarh’s Legislative Affairs Minister Ajay Chandrakar said. Full Story

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