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Separatist Militants Kill 21 in India

Heavily armed separatist militants killed 21 villagers from a rival ethnic group in three attacks in India’s northeast, police said Wednesday. The victims, two of them children, were Karbis, an ethnic group that has long competed for land rights in hilly Assam state with the Kukis — the ethnic group the attackers were said to belong to, said Inspector-General Khagen Sharma, the state’s police chief. The attacks took place Tuesday night and early Wednesday in an area 220 miles south of the state capital, Gauhati. Sharma said the militants “fired indiscriminately, killing 21 people and injuring an unspecified number of others.” Full Story

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