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24 Convicted in Massacre of Muslims During Gujarat Riots in India - New York Times

NEW DELHI — Twenty-four people were found guilty on Thursday of massacring Muslims during the 2002 religious riots that tore through Gujarat, a state then led by Narendra Modi, who is now India's prime minister. A judge in Ahmedabad, Gujarat's largest ...and more »

Hindus convicted over 2002 Muslim massacre - Financial Times

An Indian court has convicted 24 men over a massacre of Muslims in Gujarat, one of a series of communal killings by Hindus 14 years ago that has long cast a shadow over the political career of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mr Modi had just become chief ...and more »

Gujarat riots massacre: judge convicts 24 over killing of 69 Muslims - The Guardian

Mob stormed Gulbarg Society residential complex in 2002 and targeted Muslims during riots that swept state then led by Narendra Modi. Agence France-Presse in Ahmedabad. Thu 2 Jun 2016 03.31 EDT Last modified on Thu 2 Jun 2016 04.48 EDT.and more »

2002 Gujarat riots: Our fight for justice will go on, says Zakia Jafri - The Indian Express

ZAKIA Jafri, widow of former Congress MP Ahsan Jafri, said Thursday she was heartbroken to hear the special court's verdict after praying through the previous night for a favourable judgment. “We prayed thinking the verdict would be in our favour. But ...and more »

Indian Court Convicts 24 Over Muslim Massacre During 2002 Gujarat Riots - TIME

A court in India Thursday convicted 24 people accused of participating in the 2002 communal riots in the state of Gujarat. More than a thousand people — a majority of them Muslim — are believed to have been killed over a three-day period. Eleven of ...and more »

India court convicts 24 over 2002 Gujarat riots massacre - Deutsche Welle

The massacre occurred during religious riots 14 years ago when 69 Muslims, including former parliamentarian Ehsan Jafri, were killed while hiding out at the Gulbarg Society complex in the city of Ahmedabad during the riots. The massacre was one of the ...and more »

Indian Court Convicts 24 Over 2002 Gujarat Religious Riots; 36 Acquitted - Wall Street Journal

NEW DELHI—An Indian court on Thursday convicted 24 people of involvement in the massacre of Muslims during religious riots in the state of Gujarat in 2002, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was chief minister there. A total of 69 people were killed at ...and more »

Gujarat riots: India court convicts 24 over Gulbarg massacre - BBC News

A court in India has found 24 people guilty of involvement in one of the most notorious massacres during the 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat. The special court acquitted 36 others in the so-called Gulbarg Society killings in Ahmedabad city. Activists ...and more »

Gujarat riots: 24 convicted for massacre of Muslims - Aljazeera.com

A court in India has convicted 24 people over the killings of 69 Muslims during religious riots in the western Indian state of Gujarat in 2002. Judge PB Desai acquitted 36 others on Thursday for lack of evidence over the killings of Muslims who were ...and more »

Narendra Modi's US visa secure despite Gujarat riots guilty verdicts - The Guardian

Persistent human rights concerns will not stop America from lavishing honours on an Indian PM once barred from its soil. Simon Tisdall. Thu 2 Jun 2016 09.26 EDT Last modified on Tue 28 Nov 2017 15.21 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share ...and more »