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7 December 2005

New York Times / Reuters

KABUL — An Afghan court sentenced two Britons and an Indian to two years in jail on Wednesday after convicting them of illegally possessing firearms, but acquitted an American who stood trial with them. The four men were arrested in October in a police raid on a Kabul guest house. Judge Ansarullah Mawlavizada said Britons Peter Eaton and Michael Shaw and Indian Naveen Joshi had been found guilty of illegally possessing guns. He said the prosecutor had accused them... (

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