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Students hold protest against Kashmir status removal, lockdown


Students, many from Jammu and Kashmir, hold a sit-in protest in New Delhi after India removes the region's special constitutional status and imposes an indefinite communications blackout.

Added on the 09/08/2019 17:27:13 - Copyright : AFP EN

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