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Islamic State claims 'province' in India for first time after clash in Kashmir

Reuters Saturday, 11 May 2019
Islamic State (IS) claimed for the first time that it has established a "province" in India, after a clash between militants and security forces in the contested Kashmir region killed a militant with alleged ties to the group.
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According to Reuters, the Islamic State claimed for the first time that it has established a “province” in India, after a clash between militants and security forces in the contested Kashmir region killed a militant with alleged ties to the group The Islamic State's news agency said announced the...

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