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Two militants killed in Kashmir
13 November 2017, 08:22 | Casey Mitchell
Army personnel conduct a patrol during an operation against militants in Kashmir
Early, a policeman was injured in an attack in the same area of the district, a police official said. "In the exchange of fire, two terrorists were killed". The militants are heard telling Ahmad not to approach the police and also warn him against joining politics.
The official said bodies of two militants have been recovered and their identification was being ascertained.
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An army spokesman said the militants were killed in a joint operation with police and CRPF.
Almost 170 militants, including top commanders Sabzar Bhat, Junaid Matoo, Ayoub Lelhari, Bashir Lashkari, Abu Dujana, Mehmood Gaznavi, Umer Khalid and Qayoom Najar, have been killed by the security forces this year, which is the highest number in the last decade.
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