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Attack on Kashmir radio station, other violence leaves 14 dead

Fresh violence by suspected Muslim rebels in Indian Kashmir, including a suicide attack on a state-owned radio station, left 14 people dead and 10 security force personnel injured. The new deaths came on a second day of bloody violence in the region, after 18 people were killed on Friday, including six in a suicide attack. Two Indian security men and three Muslim rebels were killed Saturday in a attack on the Radio Kashmir office in the heart of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir. Seven other security force personnel were injured in the attack. Police said three militants detonated a car laden with explosives near the main gate of Radio Kashmir, killing a policeman, before they tried to storm into building in the confusion. Federal troops deployed in and around the radio station opened fire killing one of the rebels, while the other two were shot by security forces after running away. A BSF trooper was also killed during the gunfight, a spokesman said. Full Story

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