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Three accused in Indian rape case finally get legal help

A police van carrying five men accused of the gang rape and murder of an Indian student arrives at a court in New Delhi January 7, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer

A police van carrying five men accused of the gang rape and murder of an Indian student arrives at a court in New Delhi January 7, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer

A police van carrying five men accused of the gang rape and murder of an Indian student arrives at a court in New Delhi January 7, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer
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Women protest outside the Indian High Commission, London January 7, 2013. Five men accused of raping and murdering an Indian student were read the charges in a near-empty courtroom on Monday after the judge cleared out lawyers for bickering over whether the men deserved a defence. REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Women protest outside the Indian High Commission, London January 7, 2013. Five men accused of raping and murdering an Indian student were read the charges in a near-empty courtroom on Monday after the judge cleared out lawyers for bickering over...more

Women protest outside the Indian High Commission, London January 7, 2013. Five men accused of raping and murdering an Indian student were read the charges in a near-empty courtroom on Monday after the judge cleared out lawyers for bickering over whether the men deserved a defence. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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Women protest outside the Indian High Commission, London January 7, 2013. Five men accused of raping and murdering an Indian student were read the charges in a near-empty courtroom on Monday after the judge cleared out lawyers for bickering over whether the men deserved a defence. REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Women protest outside the Indian High Commission, London January 7, 2013. Five men accused of raping and murdering an Indian student were read the charges in a near-empty courtroom on Monday after the judge cleared out lawyers for bickering over...more

Women protest outside the Indian High Commission, London January 7, 2013. Five men accused of raping and murdering an Indian student were read the charges in a near-empty courtroom on Monday after the judge cleared out lawyers for bickering over whether the men deserved a defence. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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