This summer, India-administered Kashmir has seen repeated clashes between security forces and protesters. The conflict has been going on for decades, so why are young people at the forefront of this latest round of violence?
Residents in India-administered Kashmir are expressing fear over a set of laws modified by the Indian government that allows local land to be sold to people from outside the state.
Mufti had been held since August 2019, along with thousands of politicians and activists, after India's government passed legislation in Parliament that stripped Jammu and Kashmir's statehood.
Amnesty said its bank accounts were frozen as part of a Indian government "witch hunt" targeting human rights organizations.
The government said that it had received information suggesting that "Pakistan-sponsored groups" were planning violent protests that could endanger life and property on the anniversary of the abrogation of Article 370.
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