Belfast Telegraph

Police clashes kill 14 in India

14 people have been killed in India in violent street clashes with the police.

At least 30 people have been killed in three days of ethnic conflict, with about 25 thousand villagers fleeing their homes.

Most of the people have been killed by police, who have been given the authority to shoot anyone fighting in the streets.

The fighting began on Friday when a group of young ethnic Bodo men were attacked by Muslim settlers after they finished patrolling their villages.


From Belfast Telegraph