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Clashes erupt in Delhi over citizenship law; PM Abe cancels visit

Reuters Friday, 13 December 2019
Violent clashes erupted in Delhi between police and thousands of university students on Friday over the enactment of a contentious new citizenship law, with the unrest leading Japan's prime minister to cancel a planned visit to India.
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Several buses were set on fire and two local officials were injured after being pelted by stones as protests against India's controversial Citizen Amendment Act entered a third day.

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