Kashmir Violence has flared again in Kashmir as the people there prepare to vote in a second round of local elections. Muslim separatists warn Kashmiris to stay away from the polls and attack Indian troops. Indian forces counter-attack. The story of Mymoona Aktar, a 20-year-old woman killed in the crossfire of one violent exchange, reveals the tragedy and hopelessness of Indian controlled Kashmir. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Kashmir.
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Violence has flared again in Kashmir as the people there prepare to vote in a second round of local elections. Muslim separatists warn Kashmiris to stay away from the polls and attack Indian troops. Indian forces counter-attack. The story of Mymoona Aktar, a 20-year-old woman killed in the crossfire of one violent exchange, reveals the tragedy and hopelessness of Indian controlled Kashmir. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Kashmir.