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

By DW   |   20 April 2019   |   11:00 am  
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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