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Maoist rebels launch attacks on Indian police compounds

Hundreds of Maoist militants stormed six police compounds in eastern India in carefully co-ordinated attacks Friday night, killing 12 police personnel and one civilian, a top police official said. Twelve more policemen were injured. The attacks – on four police stations, one training academy and an armory – were scattered across the Nayagarh district, about 60 miles from Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa state, said Gopal Chandra Nanda, director general of the state police. The area is about 1,100 miles southeast of capital New Delhi. Full Story

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