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India Says Foiled Infiltration Attempt in Kashmir

Indian troops have killed seven Muslim militants and pushed back a group of rebels who tried to slip into Indian Kashmir from Pakistan, police said Sunday. A police spokesman in Srinagar said the militants and two Indian soldiers were killed in separate gun battles across the Himalayan region over the past 24 hours. Five of the militants were killed in Poonch district close the Pakistani border, where Indian forces say they killed six other separatists in two clashes Saturday. A military spokesman said firefights were part of a drive launched by the military two months ago against Muslim militants in the thickly forested foothills of the Pir Panjal range. The police spokesman also said suspected separatist guerrillas shot dead a woman Sunday in Doda district southeast of Srinagar, Kashmir’s main city. A police statement said that Saturday night, a group of militants attempted to cross into Indian Kashmir in Rajouri district southwest of Srinagar. Full Story

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