Indian policemen stand guard from atop their vehicle during a protest in Srinagar, against recent killings in Kashmir July 13, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Ismail
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Militants in Pakistan-administered Kashmir accused New Delhi of "genocide" Wednesday, after days of clashes left 32 people dead and hundreds wounded on the Indian side of the heavily-militarized frontier.Violence broke out there Friday after a Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) commander named Burhan Wani – a 22-year-old poster boy for the region's biggest rebel group – was killed in a gun battle with government forces.HM is one of several homegrown militant groups that have for decades been fighting around half a million Indian troops deployed in the region, calling for independence or a merger with Pakistan.
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