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A curfew has been imposed in parts of Indian-controlled Kashmir. This follows new violent clashes between protesters and security forces.
Police and soldiers fired tear gas and used batons to disperse hundreds of rock-throwing demonstrators in Srinagar. The region's curfew was lifted late on Friday for 24 hours to allow residents to celebrate a Muslim festival. Most shops and businesses were closed as thousands of troops patrolled streets. In parts of the city where the curfew remained lifted, protesters marched through streets waving flags and chanting anti-Indian slogans.