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Indian troops fire pellets and tear gas at protestors in Kashmir

Indian police clashed with thousands of protestors following Friday prayers (Aug. 8). A curfew and communications clampdown continues in the disputed region. Dozens were reportedly injured and over 500 political leaders have been detained. India revoked Article 370, a key law for Kashmir's decision-making power. #Article370 #Kashmir #India

Indian troops fire pellets and tear gas at protestors in Kashmir

Indian troops fire pellets and tear gas at protestors in Kashmir

9 killed in clashes in India-administered Kashmir

9 killed in clashes in India-administered Kashmir

Five year old cleans Kashmir’s Dal Lake

Five year old cleans Kashmir’s Dal Lake

At least 150 people injured by tear gas, pellets in Kashmir crackdown

At least 150 people injured by tear gas, pellets in Kashmir crackdown

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