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by Chris Bodenner

A Kashmiri child stands besides a stretch of barbed wire during a curfew in Srinagar on July 18, 2010. A security lockdown and a general strike called by separatists crippled life in Indian-ruled Kashmir after a brief calm returned to the region. Early Sunday, thousands of police and paramilitary forces moved into the streets of Srinagar, Indian Kashmir's summer capital, warning residents not to venture out of their homes. By Rouf Bhat/AFP/Getty Images.

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