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(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 18, 2007 police stand outside the Macca Masjid mosque in Hyderabad following a deadly blast. The May bombing came three months ahead of the twin August 25 2007 attacks in Hyderabad that was blamed on the Islamic Indian Mujahideen group. An Indian court on September 4, 2018 convicted two members of the banned Islamist militant group over the August blasts that killed 44 people. / AFP PHOTO / Noah SEELAM

Court convicts two over 2007 blasts that killed 44

An Indian court Tuesday convicted two members of a banned Islamist militant group over bomb blasts in August 2007 in the southern city of Hyderabad that killed 44 people.

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