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Senior police officer arrested in Kashmir on suspicion of aiding militants

Reuters Sunday, 12 January 2020
A senior police officer has been arrested in Indian Kashmir and accused of aiding militants after he was found driving two suspected insurgents toward Jammu, Kashmir's chief of police told reporters on Sunday.
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