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Seven die in Kashmir unrest, one dead in cross-border firing

Suspected Muslim rebels shot dead a former colleague, his wife and father in Kashmir, while one person was killed in cross-border firing between India and Pakistan, officials said. Gunmen late Monday barged into the home of Rafiq Gujjar in the remote village of Arin Dardpora in northern Baramulla district. Gujjar’s mother, sister and younger brother survived the shooting. Police said Gujjar was a surrendered militant working with police. No militant group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. In Surankote in the border district of Poonch, rebels overnight killed another Muslim civilian in a shootout and injured his wife. The army also killed three suspected rebels early Tuesday as they tried to cross into Indian Kashmir, in the northwestern Gogaldar sector, an army spokesman said. Full Story

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