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Muslims on trial in Indonesia over beheading of Christian girls

Three Indonesian Muslims went on trial, accused of the beheading of three Christian schoolgirls a year ago in a crime that triggered international condemnation. The men, appearing in two separate trials in the capital Jakarta, are all accused of plotting terrorism and face the death penalty if convicted. The teenage girls were walking home from school when they were beheaded by machete in October 29, 2005. Two heads were found near a police post and the third outside a church. Full Story

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