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At least 56 killed in blasts in northeast India

A series of coordinated blasts tore through India’s volatile northeast on Thursday, killing at least 56 people, wounding more than 300 and setting police on a frantic search for any unexploded bombs, officials said. One bomb exploded near the office of the Assam state’s top government official in the largest blast, leaving bodies and mangled cars and motorcycles strewn across the road. Bystanders dragged the wounded and dead to cars that took them to hospitals. Police officers covered the burned remains of the dead with white sheets, leaving them in the street. Full Story

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