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Ayodhya verdict: Indian holy site 'to be divided'
BBC News-2010-09-30 17:38:35

Hindu nationalist groups celebrate in Amritsar after Ayodhya verdict - 30 Sept 2010 Some Hindu groups celebrated after the verdict.Full Story

Six dead after US breakfast killing spree in Kentucky
Relatives of Neace's victims in Jackson Family and friends of the victims are struggling to understand the killings.
Obama supports 'the right' for ground zero mosque
President Obama was speaking at a Muslim Iftar dinner at the White House US President Barack Obama has staunchly defended controversial plans to build a mosque near Ground Zero in New York.
Indian Railway Minister Mamata Banerji has addressed a huge rally
A Maoist supporter in West Bengal on 8 August 2010 Ms Banerji has always denied links with the Maoists.
Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Ba’asyir in terror arrest
Anti-terror police escort radical Islamist cleric Abu Bakar Ba’asyir in Jakarta Mr Ba'asyir was cleared of involvement with Jemaah Islamiah in 2006.
FBI to help investigate leak of documents on Afghan war
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has called in the FBI to help with the inquiry into the leaking of more than 90,000 classified military records.
Striking Cambodia garment workers clash with police
Police confront factory workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (27 July 2010) The workers were protesting against the suspension of a union official at the factory.
Australia priest jailed for child sex attacks
John Sidney Denham (Credit: ABC) John Sidney Denham will serve at least 13 years in prison.
G20 rioters burn cars, smash windows during violent clashes
TORONTO — Riot police arrested more than a hundred G20 protesters who rampaged through the city’s downtown core burning police cars and smashing windows on Saturday.
Surge for Dutch anti-Islam Freedom Party
Geert Wilders, 9 June 2010 Geert Wilders said he wanted to be part of a new government. A Dutch anti-Islam party has more than doubled its seats in parliament in a national vote, though it is unclear if it will take part in a coalition.
Witnesses cast doubt on Israel's convoy raid account
Israeli army footage showing the violence on board the flotilla - the captions and circled points on this video were inserted by the Israeli army.
North Korea faces anger over sinking of South's warship
North Korea is facing international condemnation after investigators blamed it for the sinking of a South Korean warship in March.
Malawi gay couple get maximum sentence of 14 years
A judge in Malawi has imposed a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison with hard labour on a gay couple convicted of gross indecency and unnatural acts.
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