As India counts dead, brutality of Hindu-Muslim riot emerges

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In this Friday, Feb. 28, 2020 photo, Dr. M. A. Anwar, left, speaks to family members of Mehdi Hassan, who was hit by an iron rod by rioters, as he is treated at Al-Hind hospital in Old Mustafabad neighborhood of New Delhi, India. On the eve of U.S. President Donald Trump’s first state visit to India last Sunday, Hindus and Muslims in the Indian capital charged at each other with homemade guns and crude weapons, leaving the streets where the rioting occurred resembling a war zone, with houses, shops, mosques, schools and vehicles up in flames, more than 40 dead and hundreds injured. By mid-afternoon Wednesday, Anwar and his overwhelmed colleagues at the clinic had treated more than 400 people, referring almost 100 to larger hospitals. Dozens, however, remained at the clinic in critical condition. More than 50 people rescued from the riots were given refuge inside Al-Hind hospital, aided by an army of volunteers who provided food and bedding. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)Less

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