As the year draws to a close Kashmir's violence continues unchecked, adding another year of tragedy, brutality, and oppression to the lives of its citizens.
Indian police said troops killed four Kashmiri rebels after a clash erupted during anti-India protests, as the region already reels from the deadliest year in a decade in which over 500 people have been killed.
At least 600 people in India-administered Kashmir, which includes Indian soldiers, local police and 160 civilians, lost their lives to violence.
Gun battle between Indian troops and Kashmiri rebels sparks protests in India-administered Kashmir where more than 550 people including 150 civilians were killed in 2018, deadliest year in a decade, according to a monitoring group.
Indian troops and police block marchers from trying to reach a main military garrison, two days after seven civilians and three rebel fighters were shot dead by Indian soldiers.
India-administered Kashmir observes first day of the three-day strike called by pro-independence groups a day after Indian troops shot dead seven civilians and three rebels in anti-India protests and fighting.
At least seven civilians were killed and nearly three dozens wounded as Indian troops fired at anti-India protesters in India-administered Kashmir after a gun battle left three rebels and a soldier dead.
The rampant use of pellet guns has destroyed the lives of several thousand people, but New Delhi still considers it a 'non-lethal' weapon. Here's a view from the hospital where the newest victim, a toddler, was treated.
Could the opening of the Kartarpur Crossing, to facilitate the Sikh community on both sides of the Pakistan-India border, be a step towards talks or initiating a peace process? The Indian media and the Indian government are not interested.
The United Nations has failed to prevent war and fulfill peacekeeping duties many times throughout its history. Millions of people around the world have been killed and displaced since the UN was founded in 1945.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan says his party and the powerful army are "all on one page" to mend ties with its arch-foe, during a rare ceremony for the first visa-free border crossing for Indian Sikh pilgrims.
Gunfight in India-administered Kashmir leaves six rebels and an Indian soldier dead, sparking massive protests by residents seeking end to Indian rule over disputed region. A teenage Kashmiri boy was shot dead by troops during protests.
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