Asia

    • A Delhi policeman stands guard near the gate of a district court where the accused in a gang rape are undergoing trial, in New Delhi, India, January 24, 2013.
    • A man wearing a mask of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh participates in a protest along with women outside the court where the accused in the gang rape will be tried, in New Delhi, India, January 21, 2013.
    • A boy places a candle as demonstrators hold placards during a candlelight march for a gang rape victim, who was assaulted in New Delhi, January 16, 2013.
    • Students protest the alleged inaction by the Indian government in the case of the gang rape of a 23-year-old student in a bus in New Delhi, India, January 16, 2013.
    • An India woman participates in a protest against the recent gang rape of a young woman in moving bus, in New Delhi, India, January 7, 2013.
    • Indians sing devotional songs during a gathering to mourn the death of a rape victim in New Delhi, India, January 5, 2013.
    • Protesters shout slogans as they hold placards and banners during a protest demanding the judicial system act faster against rape, outside a district court in New Delhi, India, January 3, 2013.

    Indian Gang Rape Trial Begins

    Published January 24, 2013

    Five suspects accused in the brutal gang rape in India's capital arrived in a fast-track court Thursday for the start of their trial.


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