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Assault in Taj Mahal Country Shakes India’s Tourist Trade

NYTimes.com Monday, 6 November 2017
An attack on a Swiss couple has increased anxieties in an area whose monuments, left by the Muslim Mughals, displease some powerful Hindu nationalists.
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