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Bomb Kills Six in Kashmir Market

Explosives hidden in snow near a town market killed six civilians in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Thursday, police said. Four people died on the spot, and two died later in a hospital, police said. The explosives were planted under snow near on the road running through Baramula, 35 miles north of Srinagar, the summer capital of India’s Jammu-Kashmir state, said Mohammed Amin, the deputy inspector general of police in the town. He said the explosives may have been meant to detonate when an army convoy passed by. More than 61,000 people have died since Islamic militant groups began fighting in 1989 to make Indian Kashmir independent or join it to neighboring Pakistan. Full Story

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