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Protests in Kashmir over shooting

Thousands of Kashmiris have protested for the second day in a row against the fatal shooting of four young boys, allegedly by the Indian army. Nearly 6,000 people marched in Handwara in Indian-administered Kashmir, where the boys were killed on Wednesday. The army says the boys were caught in crossfire with militants. That version is disputed by locals. Both Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and the army have ordered separate inquiries into the shooting. In Srinagar, the state’s summer capital, police used tear-gas and batons to disperse protesters. Full Story

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