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An Indian policeman gestures to his colleagues to move ahead  during a protest in Srinagar, India, Friday, July 23, 2010. The predominantly Muslim region, where resistance to rule by Hindu-majority India is strong, has witnessed curfews and strikes for nearly a month after anti-India street protests and clashes surged. Residents accuse government forces of killing at least 17 people, mostly teenagers, in the demonstrations. (AP Photo/ Dar Yasin)
Photo by: Dar Yasin
An Indian policeman gestures to his colleagues to move ahead during a protest in Srinagar, India, Friday, July 23, 2010. The predominantly Muslim region, where resistance to rule by Hindu-majority India is strong, has witnessed curfews and strikes for nearly a month after anti-India street protests and clashes surged. Residents accuse government forces of killing at least 17 people, mostly teenagers, in the demonstrations. (AP Photo/ Dar Yasin)

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