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India ups security in Kashmir after death of politician Syed Ali Shah Geelani

By DW
03 September 2021   |   10:32 am
The death of India-administered Kashmir's separatist politician Syed Ali Shah Geelani has prompted Indian authorities to clamp down on security in the restive region. Pakistan's PM saluted "his courageous struggle."

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