Kashmir activist: 'Civilians openly targeted by Indian forces'

Tensions are running high amid anger over killings in separatist stronghold.

    Tensions are running high in Indian-administered Kashmir after violent clashes between Indian forces and separatists led to several deaths and ongoing protests.

    Many Kashmiris are also mourning the deaths of a number of civilians recently killed by Indian troops, which human rights activists say is becoming too common.

    Al Jazeera's Katia Lopez-Hodoyan reports.


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