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Scarlett Keeling's mother says not guilty verdict "unbelievable"

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Two Indian men have been cleared of the rape and homicide of 15-year-old British schoolgirl Scarlett Keeling whose bruised and semi-naked body was found on a Goa beach eight years ago.

Added on the 23/09/2016 17:44:21 - Copyright : AFP EN

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