Kashmir: Protests as Indian soldiers granted bail after killings

Protests have broken out in Indian-administered Kashmir after five Indian soldiers charged with murdering three Kashmiri civilians were released on bail.

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    Protests have broken out in Indian-administered Kashmir after five Indian soldiers charged with murdering three Kashmiri civilians were released on bail.

    The soldiers were given life sentences for the killings in 2010.

    Al Jazeera’s David Chater reports.


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