Indian curbs on internet use anger Kashmiris

Mobile internet has been blocked for more than a week in Indian-administered Kashmir. The government says it is to stop the spread of false news that has led to violence in the region.

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    Mobile internet has been blocked for more than a week in Indian-administered Kashmir.

    The government says it is to stop the spread of false news that has led to violence in the region.

    But Kashmiris are angry about being cut off from the outside world.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Srinagar.


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