India Awaits Verdict on Ayodhya Site, Leaving Hindus and Muslims on Edge

The Supreme Court will rule on Saturday whether a contested piece of land belongs to Hindus or Muslims, whether a temple will be built or a mosque restored.

(Translated) តុលាការកំពូលនឹងចេញសាលដីកានៅថ្ងៃសៅរ៍នេះថាតើដីមួយចំណែកដែលជាកម្មសិទ្ធិរបស់ហិណ្ឌូឬមូស្លីមថាតើប្រាសាទមួយនឹងត្រូវសាងសង់ឬសាងសង់វិហារអ៊ីស្លាមឡើងវិញ

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