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Kashmir Grenade Attacks Kill 2, Wound 58

Suspected Islamic militants exploded two grenades in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Monday, including one at a busy bus station, killing two people and injuring at least 58, police said. In the attack at the bus station, the militants apparently were targeting a paramilitary police post, but the grenade missed and exploded near the station where scores of people were waiting to board buses, an official said. One person was killed in the grenade attack in the Batmalloo suburb of Srinagar, said Tirath Acharya, spokesman of the paramilitary Border Security Force. At least 51 people were injured, four seriously. An hour later, suspected militants hurled a grenade in Anantnag town, 35 miles south of Srinagar, killing one person and injuring seven others, police said. The explosion occurred in the town’s main square. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks. Full Story

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