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Protests Erupt During Kashmir Elections

Violent protests erupted Tuesday as thousands of people voted Tuesday in municipal elections held for the first time in 25 years in Indian-controlled Kashmir amid threats by rebel groups to attack those who participate in the polls. A mob attacked one polling station in Srinigar, throwing bricks and shattering its windows, said police officer Rashid Ahmad. Elsewhere in the city, crowds of young men burned tires, attacked police vehicles and pelted officers with stones until police chased them away. More than 440,000 people were eligible to vote in the ballor, which is formunicipal agencies in Jammu-Kashmir state’s two main cities, Srinigar and Jammu. Full Story

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