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Blast at Kashmir Bus Station Kills One, Wounds 17

A homemade bomb planted by suspected Muslim separatist rebels exploded at a crowded bus station in Indian Kashmir killing one person and wounding 17, police said. Attacks have been on the rise in Jammu and Kashmir since last month when Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee urged talks with Pakistan to resolve a 55-year dispute over the region, trigger of two of three wars between the neighbors. In an unusual move, Pakistan Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali has invited opposition leaders to discuss ties with India later on Monday, raising hopes the nuclear-armed rivals can resolve their differences. Police said no rebel group had claimed responsibility for the blast in Doda, 110 miles east of Jammu, winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Full Story

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