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HRW: Indian Police Killings Go Unpunished

A human rights group says detained suspects in India are dying in custody because Indian police "bypass arrest procedures and torture suspects in custody to death."  Human Rights Watch said in a report released Monday at least 591 people died in police custody in India between 2010 and 2015.  The report, "Bound by Brotherhood: India's Failure to End Killings in Police Custody," examines police disregard for arrest regulations, custodial deaths from...

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