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Four Indian nationals accused of killing B.C. Sikh activist to appear in court today

  • Four Indian nationals accused of murdering Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar were ordered by a British Columbia judge to have no contact with certain community members in their recent court appearance.
  • Three suspects appeared in court wearing red prison sweatsuits, while the fourth suspect remained in custody in Ontario for unrelated weapons charges before being arrested for Nijjar's killing.
  • Judge Emmet Duncan placed the suspects under a no-contact order, adjourning the case until their next appearance on June 25, in relation to the murder that strained Canada's relationship with India.
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