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Indian tribal rebels kill 3 gas firm workers

Tribal rebels in India’s remote northeastern state of Tripura on Tuesday ambushed workers of a state-run gas firm on their way to surveying a site, killing three of them, police said. “The rebels first lobbed grenades and then opened indiscriminate fire on employees of GAIL who were proceeding to a survey site,” police officer Nepal Das said referring to the Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL). The attack at Buduniapara, 40 miles east of Agartala, capital of the gas-rich state, triggered a gun battle between police escorting the workers and the rebels but there were no casualties in the fighting. Full Story

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