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Angry Crowds Protest Delays in Reopening Kashmir Border

Protests on Monday marred the partial opening of one of five planned crossing points along the line of control dividing the Pakistani- and Indian-administered portions of Kashmir, Pakistani officials said. Hundreds of Kashmiri men who had gathered on the Pakistani side grew angry when officials blocked them from crossing into Indian-controlled territory, Pakistani officials said. At one point, two men ran toward the boundary with their children but were arrested. Later, the police fired tear gas and shots in the air to disperse protesters, who had begun chanting, “We want an independent Kashmir.” Full Story

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