Sixteen people were killed in continuing separatist-related violence in Indian-administered Kashmir, where European Union ambassadors said the EU had no intention to mediate between nuclear rivals India and Pakistan. Two militants who early Thursday shot dead a woman and wounded her three children and a relative in southern Indian Kashmir were later gunned down by troops when they tried to storm a military camp, police said. Suspected Islamic rebels entered a house in Poonch, 210 kilometres (130 miles) west of Indian Kashmir’s winter capital Jammu, and fired at the occupants, killing a mother and injuring her three children and another resident. The militants then tried to enter nearby Kamsar Mohalla army camp but were halted by guards at the gate. The two rebels were shot dead when they exploded grenades and began shooting, a police spokesman said. Full Story
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