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Indian officials on Tuesday charged two people with murder after 23 children died in eastern India after eating pesticide-contaminated lunches in July. The school's head teacher, Meena Devi, and her husband could face the death penalty if convicted. The police say the couple stored the pesticide meant for use on their farm at the school—and it ended up in the food provided during lunch. The children were between the ages of five and twelve.