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Old videos shared in India as Muslim students clash with Hindu extremists over hijab ban

By France24
16 February 2022   |   7:56 am
The Indian state of Karnataka has seen major tensions after the regional government approved of a decision by schools to ban the hijab. Amid those tensions, some old videos have been doing the rounds. Also, on Saint Valentine's Day, heart-shaped icons and landscapes are being shared... but not all of them are real.

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