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An Indian court sentenced two convicts to death Thursday in connection with the country's deadliest bombings, a series of blasts that rocked Mumbai two decades ago and claimed more than 250 lives. Firoz Abdul Rashid Khan and Taher Merchand were convicted of conspiracy and murder in the 1993 blasts and handed the death penalty in the case's final sentencing on Thursday. "It was a historic judgement and its impact will reverberate for years," public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam told AFP.
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