At least 43 people have been killed in a fire in the Indian capital, Delhi. The blaze broke out early in the morning in a factory space in the crowded city center. Many of the dead were migrant workers who were sleeping in the workshop building.
As the death toll rose above 20 in New Delhi after violence this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed for calm, while Delhi's chief minister has been calling for a curfew.
Amid deadly rioting in the Indian capital, New Delhi, protesters against a controversial citizenship law told DW they had hoped US President Donald Trump would back their cause in talks with Indian PM Narendra Modi.
The US leader sang the praises of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally attended by more than 100,000 in India. He arrived amid continued protests in the capital, and rose eyebrows trying to say a cricketer's name.
US President Donald Trump announced that India would buy $3 billion worth of military equipment. He later said a trade deal was possible before the end of the year but criticized "high" tariffs.
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