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Kashmir lockdown hinders journalists from flying abroad

By DW
08 September 2019   |   12:15 pm
India-administered Kashmir has been under a strict lockdown in recent weeks after New Delhi revoked the region's special status. A Kashmiri journalist has now been prevented by authorities from flying abroad.

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