A special court in Gujarat, India, sentenced 38 Muslims to death today for a series of bombings that shook the city of Ahmedabad in 2008.
It was the first time that so many accused have received death sentences in a single case in India.
The Indian Mujahideen, an unknown organization, had claimed that the bombings were revenge for the 2002 massacres of Muslims that killed more than a thousand people in the state of Gujurat.
Current Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the chief minister of the state at that time.
Modi was long banned from the US for his role in the Gujurat massacre of Muslims, but was later acquited by Indian courts.