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Kashmir 'torture' sparks protest

Thousands of people have protested in Handwara, a town in Indian-administered Kashmir, against the alleged police torture of a schoolgirl. Police used batons, tear gas and fired into the air to break up protesters as they marched to the main square. Fifteen people, including nine students, were injured. The protesters say the 17-year-old girl, Hussaina Ara, was detained by police and tortured on 2 July. Police have not commented on the detention. The protesters demanded action against the police officers they alleged carried out the torture.Full Story

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