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Police patrol New Delhi after violent protests

Hundreds of extra police were patrolling India’s capital on Thursday after three people were killed in violent protests against a government move to seal shops operating illegally in residential areas. Police battled brick-throwing mobs in their thousands on Wednesday, firing tear gas and then bullets to disperse them, killing a teenager and two men in New Delhi’s crowded northeast. Dozens of people, including around 50 policemen, were injured in the capital’s ugliest rioting in years which came during a strike called by shopkeepers’ associations to protest against the shop closures. Full Story

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