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SOUTHASIA KASHMIR
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June 01, 2002 
Kashmiri children wait outside their homes at the semi-permanent Manyak
Payyan refugee camp outside... 
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof 
KASHMIRI CHILDREN WAIT AT THE SEMI-PERMANENT MANYAK PAYYAN REFUGEE CAMP
NEAR MUZAFFARABAD. 
Kashmiri children wait outside their homes at the semi-permanent Manyak
Payyan refugee camp outside the town of Muzaffarabad, the capital of
Pakistan-held Kashmir, June 1, 2002. Amnesty International says 34,000
people have died in Kashmir as a result of the conflict between
Pakistan and India. Around 1,200 civilians, it says, have fallen victim
in the last year alone, killed by militants, security forces or as a
result of shelling and sniping by the two armies along the frontline.
Picture taken on June 1, 2002. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed FOR RELEASE WITH
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