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Funeral of Kashmiri gunfight victim

2009-03-25 02:54:40 GMT2009-03-25 10:54:40 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

People carry the coffin of Shabir Ahmad Malik, a Kashmiri Muslim soldier of the Indian army, in Dab, 35 kilometers north of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 24, 2009. At least 19 people have been killed as the gunfight between Indian troops and militants in frontier district of Kupwara, close to the Line of Control in Indian-controlled Kashmir entered the fifth day. (Xinhua/Javed Dar)

People carry a coffin containing the body of Shabir Ahmad Malik, a Kashmiri Muslim soldier of the Indian army, in Dab, 35 kilometers north of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 24, 2009. At least 19 people have been killed as the gunfight between Indian troops and militants in frontier district of Kupwara, close to the Line of Control in Indian-controlled Kashmir entered the fifth day. (Xinhua/Javed Dar)

Women cry during the funeral of Shabir Ahmad Malik, a Kashmiri Muslim soldier of the Indian army, in Dab, 35 kilometers north of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 24, 2009. At least 19 people have been killed as the gunfight between Indian troops and militants in frontier district of Kupwara, close to the Line of Control in Indian-controlled Kashmir entered the fifth day. (Xinhua/Javed Dar)

Indian army soldiers prepare to fire into the air during the funeral of Shabir Ahmad Malik, a Kashmiri Muslim soldier of the Indian army, in Dab, 35 kilometers north of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 24, 2009. (Xinhua/Javed Dar)

People offer funeral prayers during the funeral of Shabir Ahmad Malik, a Kashmiri Muslim soldier of the Indian army, in Dab, 35 kilometers north of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 24, 2009.(Xinhua/Javed Dar)

At least 19 people have been killed as the gunfight between Indian troops and militants in frontier district of Kupwara, close to the Line of Control in Indian-controlled Kashmir entered the fifth day.

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