Indian paramilitary soldier looks on during a protest against a police officer who shot dead a local teenager allegedly inside his house compound during the ongoing unrest in the Kashmir Valley on August 10, 2016 in Srinagar. / AFP / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday met leaders of national political parties to find a way of ending weeks of unrest in Kashmir, but some separatists said the talks would be futile if they did not include all the parties to the conflict.Indian security forces killed a militant leader on July 8, sparking a wave of violent protests across the Himalayan region, which has been ruled in part, but claimed in full, by both India and Pakistan since 1947 .Protests have erupted against Indian rule for decades, and analysts said Modi's government appeared short of ideas on how to pacify the protesters.
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