December 26, 2013

India, Take a Look in the Mirror

Juliet Sorensen, NY Daily News

The Associated Press

The umbrage expressed by Indian officials about this relatively tame treatment fails to acknowledge the gravity of the underlying crime.

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TAGGED: United States, New York City, Devyani Khobragade, India


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