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NEW DELHI, INDIA: (FILES) In this picture taken 16 December 2001, Indian policemen present bombing suspects Mohammed Afzal (R),Syed Abdul Rehman Geelani (2L) and Shaukat Hussain (L) in New Delhi. India's Supreme Court 04 August 2005, confirmed the death penalty of a Afzal who was convicted in a December 2001 attack on India's parliament that pushed nuclear rivals India and Pakistan to the brink of war. The sentence of Hussain who was convicted and sentenced to death by a high court was commuted to 10 year in prison. His wife and Delhi University Professor Geelani had lower court acquittals upheld by the Supreme Court, Press Trust of India said.Five armed rebels stormed the parliament on 13 December, 2001, killing eight police officers and a gardener before they were shot dead by security forces. A journalist wounded in the attack died months later of his wounds. AFP PHOTO/STR/FILES (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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NEW DELHI, INDIA: (FILES) In this picture taken 16 December 2001, Indian policemen present bombing suspects Mohammed Afzal (R),Syed Abdul Rehman Geelani (2L) and Shaukat Hussain (L) in New Delhi. India's Supreme Court 04 August 2005, confirmed the death penalty of a Afzal who was convicted in a December 2001 attack on India's parliament that pushed nuclear rivals India and Pakistan to the brink of war. The sentence of Hussain who was convicted and sentenced to death by a high court was commuted to 10 year in prison. His wife and Delhi University Professor Geelani had lower court acquittals upheld by the Supreme Court, Press Trust of India said.Five armed rebels stormed the parliament on 13 December, 2001, killing eight police officers and a gardener before they were shot dead by security forces. A journalist wounded in the attack died months later of his wounds. AFP PHOTO/STR/FILES (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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In this picture taken 16 December 2001 Indian policemen present... News Photo 53323381Bombing,India,New Delhi,Parliament Building,Picture,Police Force,Presenting,Shooting a Weapon,Suspicion,Terrorism,WarPhotographer Collection: AFP 2005 AFPNEW DELHI, INDIA: (FILES) In this picture taken 16 December 2001, Indian policemen present bombing suspects Mohammed Afzal (R),Syed Abdul Rehman Geelani (2L) and Shaukat Hussain (L) in New Delhi. India's Supreme Court 04 August 2005, confirmed the death penalty of a Afzal who was convicted in a December 2001 attack on India's parliament that pushed nuclear rivals India and Pakistan to the brink of war. The sentence of Hussain who was convicted and sentenced to death by a high court was commuted to 10 year in prison. His wife and Delhi University Professor Geelani had lower court acquittals upheld by the Supreme Court, Press Trust of India said.Five armed rebels stormed the parliament on 13 December, 2001, killing eight police officers and a gardener before they were shot dead by security forces. A journalist wounded in the attack died months later of his wounds. AFP PHOTO/STR/FILES (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)