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Seven killed in Kashmir as India and Pakistan agree to talk

Seven people were killed in separatist violence in Kashmir as India and Pakistan, which dispute control over the region, agreed to resume talks next month, police said. Police said on Tuesday a Muslim civilian died when he strayed into the crossfire between police and Muslim militants in the town of Shopian, 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Srinagar, the summer capital. However, residents held a demonstration alleging that police killed the civilian in panic fire after a rebel ambush, which targeted but did not injure an officer. Indian troops shot dead four Muslim rebels in two gunbattles in southern Pulwama and northern Baramulla district and suspected militants killed two people in southern Rajouri, police said. Full Story

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