Kashmiri armed groups warn of more attacks in India

Rights advocates say they are not surprised young Kashmiris feel frustrated and become suicide bombers.

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    Days after one of the biggest attacks in Indian-administered Kashmir, which killed over 40 security personnel, some armed groups have warned of more attacks.

    They have been using social media to get their message across to people in the disputed region.

    Rights advocates say they are not surprised young Kashmiris feel frustrated and become suicide bombers.

    Al Jazeera's Fez Jamil reports from New Delhi.


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