Five men accused of the rape and murder of a medical student in India's capital Delhi appeared in court today to hear the charges against them. They face the death penalty if convicted.
The attack, which took place on a bus three weeks ago, has sparked outrage and violent protests across India.
ITV News' correspondent Geraint Vincent reports from the court:
The gang rape of a young woman in Delhi has exposed deep fissures in Indian society, as assault victims finally find their voices.
Speaking hours before his daughters attackers appeared in court, the father of the India rape victim has called for the harshest penalty.
After almost three weeks of protests over the rape of an Indian woman on a Delhi bus, the nation could face a national strike.