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Indian forces kill seven militants in Kashmir as crackdown deepens

Reuters Friday, 22 March 2019
Indian security forces on Friday killed seven militants who they said belonged to Pakistan-based groups during four gunbattles in Kashmir - the highest number of clashes in a single day in recent years.
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