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An Indian court on Wednesday acquitted four Hindu men accused of bombing a train between India and Pakistan in 2007 that killed 68 people, mostly Pakistanis, citing a lack of evidence, defense lawyers said.

Pakistan’s acting foreign secretary described the ruling as a “travesty of justice.”

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