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INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210N2
August 13, 2008
Gujjars or nomad women cook among the remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village,...
Garkhal, India
Nomad women cook among remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village
Gujjars or nomad women cook among the remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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