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Kashmir: Indian Forces Open Fire on Pro-Independence Protesters

HeadlineApr 02, 2018

In Indian-administered Kashmir, at least 20 people died and 70 others were wounded over the weekend, as clashes erupted between government forces and pro-independence militias. Among those reportedly killed were three Indian soldiers and 13 militants. Meanwhile, in Srinagar, a curfew remains in effect today after police opened fire with live rounds on thousands of demonstrators protesting for an end to Indian rule, killing four people and wounding dozens of others.

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