Indian police arrest five over attack on Africans

Police arrested five men Tuesday after hundreds of angry residents of a north Indian city attacked Africans with sticks and metal chairs following the death of a local teenager from a suspected drug overdose. Around a dozen people were wounded in the violence late Monday in Greater Noida, a ...

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