All 5 Suspects Arrested in Mumbai Rape

    Police officials escort an accused, with the head covered with black cloth, in the gang rape of a photojournalist after producing him before a court in Mumbai, India, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013. Police on Sunday arrested the last of five men wanted in the gang rape of a 22-year-old Indian woman in Mumbai, and said charges would be filed soon in a case that has incensed the public and fueled debate over whether women can be safe in India.(AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)

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    All five men suspected of raping a photojournalist have been arrested, Indian police said on Sunday. The woman, believed to be a 22-year-old intern at a British magazine, was attacked at Shakti Mills, an abandoned textile mill in the center of the city, on Thursday. She had gone to shoot photos with a male colleague, who was beaten during the assault. The woman, who is in the hospital recovering from her injuries, said she wanted the “strictest punishment” for her attackers, but she wants to return to her work. “Rape is not the end of life,” she said. A 19-year-old unemployed man from south Mumbai was the first arrested on Friday, and police made two more arrests on Saturday, followed by an arrest in Delhi on Sunday.

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