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 Separatists and relatives of missing and imprisoned people participate in a protest against Human Rights violations in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Monday. The people fear that their missing relatives might have been killed and buried in hundreds of recently discovered unmarked graves in Northern Kashmir. Amnesty International too has urged India to launch an urgent inquiry into nearly 1,000 unmarked graves found during the past two years by Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Societies. / Kashmir Newz Picture April 07, 2008: Separatists and relatives of missing and imprisoned people participate in a protest against Human Rights violations in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Monday. The people fear that their missing relatives might have been killed and buried in hundreds of recently discovered unmarked graves in Northern Kashmir. Amnesty International too has urged India to launch an urgent inquiry into nearly 1,000 unmarked graves found during the past two years by Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Societies. / Javed Dar
 Separatists and relatives of missing and imprisoned people participate in a protest against Human Rights violations in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Monday. The people fear that their missing relatives might have been killed and buried in hundreds of recently discovered unmarked graves in Northern Kashmir. Amnesty International too has urged India to launch an urgent inquiry into nearly 1,000 unmarked graves found during the past two years by Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Societies. / Kashmir Newz Picture April 07, 2008: Separatists and relatives of missing and imprisoned people participate in a protest against Human Rights violations in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Monday. The people fear that their missing relatives might have been killed and buried in hundreds of recently discovered unmarked graves in Northern Kashmir. Amnesty International too has urged India to launch an urgent inquiry into nearly 1,000 unmarked graves found during the past two years by Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Societies. / Javed Dar

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