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Kashmiris shout freedom slogans as they wave an Islamic flag during a protest march against the killings of two youths in Srinagar, India, Tuesday, July 6, 2010. Government forces fired on hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday, killing Fayaz Ahamed Wani and wounding two others as a seven-day curfew was lifted, locals and officials said. Another boy Muzaffar Bhat was allegedly killed by paramilitary soldiers Monday. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)
Photo by: Dar Yasin
Kashmiris shout freedom slogans as they wave an Islamic flag during a protest march against the killings of two youths in Srinagar, India, Tuesday, July 6, 2010. Government forces fired on hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday, killing Fayaz Ahamed Wani and wounding two others as a seven-day curfew was lifted, locals and officials said. Another boy Muzaffar Bhat was allegedly killed by paramilitary soldiers Monday. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

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