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India: Court rules in favor of Hindus over Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute

The Supreme Court has cleared the way for a temple to be built at the site hotly disputed for centuries by Hindus and Muslims. A mosque at the site was razed by Hindu mobs in 1992 and deadly riots killed 2,000 people.

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