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Suspected Guerrillas Killed in Kashmir

Indian soldiers on Sunday raided a suspected rebel hide-out in the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir and killed six suspected Islamic guerrillas, and 14 people were wounded in a grenade attack elsewhere in the territory, police said. Pakistani and Indian troops also traded heavy artillery and mortar fire along the disputed Kashmir border, killing two civilians and injuring 13 others on the Pakistan side, police said. Two houses in Khandpora, the village where the rebels were allegedly hiding, were destroyed in a fierce six-hour gunbattle sparked by the raid, a police officer said on condition of anonymity. Full Story

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