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India demands justice as 'spy' dies in Pakistan

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An Indian man on death row in Pakistan for spying died on Thursday nearly a week after he was attacked by fellow prisoners, who were swiftly charged with murder as New Delhi demanded justice. 

Indian students pay tribute to Sarabjit Singh at a school in Amritsar on May 2, 2013. Singh, An Indian man on death row in Pakistan for spying, has died nearly a week after he was attacked by fellow prisoners, who were swiftly charged with murder.

Sarabjit Singh, who was sentenced 16 years ago over deadly bombings, died in the early hours as a result of the savage assault in Lahore's Kot Lakhpat jail, a senior doctor at Jinnah hospital in the eastern city told AFP.

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