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Kashmir Violence Claims More Lives

Four civilians working for the Indian army have been killed by heavy shelling in northern Kashmir, a military spokesman said Saturday. The attack took place Friday in the town of Taad in Kupwara district — about 140 kilometers (87 miles) north of Srinagar, Kashmir’s Summer capital. Two others were injured. The Indian army said shelling began around 2 p.m. local time and went on until late evening. Indian forces returned fire. Elsewhere near the Pakistan-India border, three people were killed and five people were injured Saturday when an unexploded shell detonated near the Pakistan city of Sialkot. Police are investigating the incident. Kashmir has been at the center of tensions between India and Pakistan for more than five decades. Full Story

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