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The Jallianwala massacre – when British troops killed hundreds of unarmed Indians

20 Apr 2019   |   11:00 am   |   26m 2s
Britain is yet to apologize for the 1919 massacre, in which the colonial troops opened fire on hundreds of unarmed civilians in Amritsar, India. PM Narendra Modi called it a "horrific" tragedy in a Twitter message.


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