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Several injured in Kashmir in clashes with Indian police

Reuters Saturday, 17 August 2019
Indian security forces injured at least six people on Saturday in Srinagar, the main city in the Indian-controlled part of Kashmir, as several protests broke out against New Delhi's revocation of the region's autonomy last week.
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