The report has been accepted by India's home minister despite a 'torrent of misinformation'.
Indian Muslims have been subjected to numerous hate-driven attacks and in most cases, the aggressors are from the country's Hindu majority.
Mosques, targeted by far-right Hindu mobs in riot-hit neighbourhoods of capital New Delhi, opened for weekly Friday prayers, as police arrested over 500 in connection with religious violence.
Thousands of riot police and paramilitaries patrol streets littered with the debris from days of religious riots in capital New Delhi as families mourn deaths and property destruction.
With at least 23 people dead and more than 180 wounded, the rioters aren't even sparing journalists who are being attacked or confronted and asked whether they are Hindus or Muslims, as they report on the Delhi riots.
Nearly 50 people were injured after police fired upon thousands of Muslim demonstrators protesting religious defamation.
Sri Lanka has seen an unprecedented disruption to peace and stability once again, ten years after the end of a brutal civil war. The recent Easter Sunday terrorist attacks have left many Sri Lankans fearful for the future.
Violent attacks against Muslims have been on the rise since 2012. Hardline Sinhalese Buddhist groups are widely believed to be responsible and social media has also played a role.
Police are investigating whether ringleaders had out outside help, but as they do, Sri Lanka's Muslim community count the cost and fear more violence.
Police also ordered a curfew across much of central Sri Lanka for a third straight day, trying to calm the situation.
The Sri Lankan government has imposed a state of emergency after anti-Muslim riots have spread in parts of the country. Tensions have been brewing for months, so why has the government been slow to act?
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