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India sentences 3 to die in temple attack

A court Saturday convicted three men of involvement in a 2002 terrorist attack on a Hindu shrine in western India that killed 33 people, and it sentenced them to death, a news report said. The court, at a high-security jail in Ahmadabad, convicted and sentenced three others in the attack — one to life in prison, one to five years, and one to 10 years, the Press Trust of India reported. The Sept. 24, 2002, attack on the Akshardham temple in western Gujarat state apparently was a revenge slaying for religious rioting that killed more than 1,000 Muslims in the state earlier that year. Full Story

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