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Talks offer seen unlikely to stop northeast India unrest

A fresh offer by the Indian government to hold talks with separatist rebels in northeast Assam state is unlikely to bring a halt to a wave of ethnic killings in the state, analysts said. Police have blamed the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), which is fighting for an independent homeland in the remote state of 26 million people, for the weekend killing of 66 people — mainly Hindi-speaking migrant workers. Full Story

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