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Kashmir: Indian forces kill top militant commander

By DW
02 November 2020   |   12:01 pm
Militant commander Saifullah Mir has been killed in a gun battle with security forces in Kashmir. Indian police said they have so far killed nearly 200 militants in the Muslim-majority region.

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