A burned Koran sits outside of the home of murdered Muslims who had been killed the day before on March 2, 2002 in Ahmadabad, India. Troops arrived in India's riot-torn western state of Gujarat but were unable to quell the religious violence that has killed hundreds of people in three days, the worst communal bloodshed in a decade.

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