A woman handles a pistol at a gun shop in Sao Caetano do Sul, Sao Paulo, Brazil on October 30, 2015. Brazil AFP PHOTO / Miguel SCHINCARIOL
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An Indian court has sentenced nearly three dozen crew members of an American-owned ship to five years in prison for illegally entering Indian waters while carrying weapons and ammunition, a court official said.The ship was intercepted in October 2013 by India's coast guard off the southern state of Tamil Nadu, and the crew was arrested after they failed to produce documents allowing them to carry the weapons.Sivakukmar said the crew has been out on bail since March 2014 .
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