Pakistan-administered Kashmiris protest against the killings in India-administered Kashmir, in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir on July 12, 2016. / AFP / SAJJAD QAYYUM
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Thousands of protesters marched in Pakistan-administered Kashmir on Friday to denounce recent deadly clashes with Indian security forces, with some calling for war over the disputed frontier.About 4,000 people gathered in Muzaffarabad, some carrying photos of slain rebel leader Burhan Wani, whose killing last week sparked unrest that killed 32 people – the deadliest clashes in Kashmir since 2010 when massive demonstrations were held against Indian rule.Hizbul Mujahideen 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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