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Fifteen Wounded in Grenade Attacks in Kashmir

Fifteen people were wounded in two grenade attacks in Indian Kashmir on Friday, the first by suspected Islamic militants in nearly a month, police said. Twelve civilians were hurt when the rebels hurled a grenade at a police patrol in a busy market in Pulwama, south of Srinagar, summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir state. “The grenade missed its target and exploded on the road, wounding 12 civilians,” a senior police officer told Reuters. In the second attack, two policemen and one man in police custody were wounded when militants fired a grenade from a rifle at a police station in Chrar-e-Sharief, west of Srinagar. No one has claimed responsibility for either attack. Full Story

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