A villager sits on a bench as Indian security officers stand guard at violence-affected Narayanguri village, in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, Saturday, May 3 2014. (AP Photo/Anupam Nath)
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Indian soldiers in armoured trucks patrolled streets in northeast Assam on Sunday after 33 Muslims were killed in carnage that police blamed on tribal separatists, as tensions remained high.Police have blamed indigenous Bodo tribesmen for the violence on Thursday and Friday evenings in the region where Muslims have migrated from across the border with impoverished Bangladesh.Seventeen people were killed in clashes in the same region in January and thousands of others fled their homes for fear of further attacks.In 2012, ethnic clashes in the same area claimed about 100 lives and displaced more than 400,000 people.
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