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Ten Hurt in Grenade Attack Near Kashmir Hospital

Suspected Muslim rebels lobbed a grenade at a security patrol vehicle near a hospital in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday, wounding 10 people, police said. The grenade attack was the second in the past 24 hours in the disputed Himalayan region where separatist violence continues unabated despite peace efforts by India and Pakistan. A police spokesman said the vehicle was parked near a hospital in Bandipora town, 30 miles north of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Elsewhere, four militants and a soldier were killed in two gunbattles in the Kashmir Valley, police said. India and Pakistan last month began a truce along the Kashmir frontier. The cease-fire on the 742-km (460-mile) Line of Control, which divides the disputed region, has held so far, but rebel groups have said they will not observe the truce. Full Story

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