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Blast in Indian Kashmir kills two, 35 wounded

A crude bomb planted by Muslim separatist rebels ripped through a vehicle in the heart of Indian Kashmir’s main city of Srinagar on Wednesday, killing two people and wounding 35 others. “It was a ground shaking explosion. I saw a huge cloud of dust and the injured were crying for help,” witness Dilfiza Shah told Reuters. “Some of them were lying in pools of blood.” Violence in the Himalayan region has eased since a peace process between India and Pakistan started 18 months ago, but there are still attacks on civilians and security forces by guerrillas fighting Indian rule in the area. Full Story

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