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2 Civilians Killed, 21 Injured in #Kashmir
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The protests in the town of Kulgam in the Indian Jammu and Kashmir state, prompted by the death of two people, who accidentally died in an operation against militants, resulted in the death of another civilian, while 21 others were injured, local media reported Monday.


The accidental death of two civilians in clashes caused protests, later suppressed by police that used tear gas, bullets and pellets, according to the Hindustan Times newspaper.

The majority of the 21 wounded are out of danger, but the number of injured is likely to be higher, the newspaper reported, citing a medical official.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

13-02-2017 | 11:02

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