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Police dead in India blast

A landmine explosion in the north-eastern Indian state of Bihar has killed 12 people, 10 of them policemen. Police say they suspect communist rebels of the People’s War Group were behind the attack. The police officers were travelling in hills to the west of Bihar’s capital, Patna, when their vehicle drove over the mine. As well as the policemen, two civilians died in the blast. The incident took place in Rohtas district, 200 kilometres (125 miles) west of Patna. The dead included two officers, eight constables, and a civilian driver a police spokesman said. Full Story

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