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Maoist rebels kill 5 police officers in east India

Suspected Maoist rebels killed five police officers Friday in an ambush in eastern India, officials said. The police were returning after a routine patrol to Ranchi, the state capital of Jharkhand, when suspected Maoist rebels sprayed their vehicle with gunfire, said local police official S.N. Pradhan. The rebels killed all five police officers and stole their weapons. The attack occurred near Tamar, a town 30 miles (50 kilometers) south of Ranchi, where Maoists have a strong presence. Full Story

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