Students hold placards and shout slogans during a protest against the recent killings of two girls, in New Delhi May 30, 2014
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India gang rapes: Anger at hangings spreads to New Delhi

The rape and murder of two teenage girls in India has lead to angry street protests in New Delhi.

Villagers in Uttar Pradesh found the girls' bodies hanging on the branches of a mango tree, hours after they had disappeared from fields near their home.

The father of one girl went to police that night to report them missing, but he said they refused to help. Two officers have since been sacked.

Angry students gathered in the streets of the capital on Friday, and chanted for the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh to resign.

  • 30 May 2014
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