Bus terminal shoot-out in Indian Kashmir: police
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The attack took place in northern Sopore town, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) from the summer capital Srinagar.
"The killings sparked panic in the busy terminal as people ran for cover fearing police retaliation RETALIATION. The act by which a nation or individual treats another in the same manner that the latter has treated them. For example, if a nation should lay a very heavy tariff on American goods, the United States would be justified in return in laying heavy duties on the manufactures and ," a police spokesman said, adding the dead officer was a member of the force's special operations group Special Operations Group may refer to the:
No group has claimed responsibility for the killings. Rebels often target security forces and civilians they suspect of working as informers.
Violence has dropped in Kashmir since India and Pakistan launched a peace process in 2004 to resolve disputes including the one over Kashmir -- a scenic Himalayan Himalayan
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