7 injured as anti-India protests erupt in disputed Kashmir
SRINAGAR, India (AP) - At least seven people were injured on Friday in clashes between anti-India protesters and government forces in Indian-controlled Kashmir, police said.
Police officer Abdul Gani Mir said the clashes erupted in Kashmir's main city of Srinagar after troops prevented hundreds of people from marching to the southern town of Shopian.
Separatist groups had called for the march. Shopian has been under curfew for two weeks, following the killing of five people in two paramilitary shootings.
Clashes were also reported in the northern town of Baramulla.