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Soldier in Indian Kashmir turns on unit, kills 4

An army spokesman says a soldier in Indian-run Kashmir has opened fire on his own unit, killing four fellow soldiers and wounding one other. Full story

Kashmiri militants watch talks but ready to fight

Militants on the Pakistan side of divided Kashmir say they will give new talks with India a chance but they have little faith they will succeed and believe it is only a matter of time before they will have to fight again. Full story

AP photographer located in Libya

An award-winning Associated Press photographer covering the conflict in Libya was located Sunday after being missing for more than a day, the news agency said. Full story

Kashmir shuts against religious leader's killing

Shops and schools in Indian-controlled Kashmir were closed Saturday to protest the assassination of a moderate Muslim religious leader in the disputed Himalayan region. Full story

Blast kills religious leader in Indian Kashmir

A blast outside a mosque in the Indian portion of Kashmir on Friday killed a prominent Muslim religious leader and wounded a bystander, police said. Full story

Bomb in Indian Kashmir kills prominent Muslim cleric

A bomb went off outside a mosque in Kashmir's main city Friday, killing a prominent Muslim cleric, police and witnesses said, the first such attack near a religious place in recent years. Full story

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An official of Indian-controlled Kashmir was the target of a hurled shoe at an independence day celebration in Srinagar. TODAYshow.com’s Dara Brown reports.

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Indian paramilitary troopers stand guard in front of closed shops in Srinagar on April 29,2011. Security forces in Indian Kashmir fired teargas and used batons on April 28 to disperse pro-freedom demonstrators protesting the arrest of a key separatist in the region's summer capital Srinagar. Pro-Ind

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Recruits of the Indian Border Security Force stand still during the passing out parade in Humhama, on the outskirts of Srinagar on April 26, 2011. 188 new recruits were inducted into the force which is fighting the insurgency in Kashmir. At least 47,000 people have died as a result of the insurgenc