Three days of clashes in India’s capital city of New Delhi between opponents and supporters of India’s new citizenship law left at least 20 dead and more than 150 injured. The violence erupted during and after President Trump’s first official visit to the subcontinent.
The clashes involved Hindus and Muslims in Muslim-majority neighbourhoods about 11 miles from where Mr. Trump stayed and conducted meetings.
Authorities have started releasing the details of those killed in the clashes, said New Delhi Television (NDTV), and four have been identified. Two men, an auto rickshaw driver and a handicrafts trader were Muslim, while two others, a marketing executive and a policeman, were Hindu.