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March 27, 2008
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, smiles after an interview with Reuters outside a police mortuary...
Srinagar, India
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, smiles after interview in Srinagar
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, smiles after an interview with Reuters outside a police mortuary in Srinagar March 27, 2008. Numbed by handling mutilated corpses, 55-year-old Maqbool, who has helped perform autopsies on at least 15,000 bodies, says he feels relaxed as violence in the disputed Himalayan region has subsided. Officials estimate more than 43,000 people have been killed since Muslim militants launched an armed revolt against New Delhi's rule over a part of Kashmir in 1989. Human rights groups put the toll at about 60,000 dead or missing. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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