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Freed Indian rebel leader invites peace dialogue

A separatist leader released on bail Saturday said he was committed to peace talks with the Indian government to end his group's 30-year insurgency in the northeastern state of Assam.Full story

Rhino mom and calf get new home in India

A rhino mother and calf were released into their new home at Manas National Park in India Dec. 29, a move nearly a year in the making. Full story

Five held as cops bust elephant smuggling ring

Indian police busted an elephant smuggling ring in the northeastern state of Assam, arresting five people and seizing three wild elephants, authorities said Monday. Full story

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