Kashmir killings during anti-India protests during Eid

Protests began in Srinagar started after prayers celebrating the end of Ramadan and quickly spread outside the capital.


    Security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir have fired bullets and tear gas at hundreds of stone-throwing protesters. Although separatists have long-sought to join Pakistan, many Kashmiris also say they just want a chance at a peaceful life.

    One demonstrator has been killed and at least a dozen others injured.

    Al Jazeera’s Victoria Gatenby reports.


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