INDIAN CONFLICT – Indian leader seeks withdrawal of army powers after civilian killings

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The government of a restive northeast Indian state Monday sought the revocation of a controversial law that gives sweeping powers to security personnel for counter-insurgency operations, a day after soldiers allegedly killed 14 civilians in and after a botched anti-terror operation.

The Indian government expressed regrets over the killing of civilians in Nagaland amid noisy protests in parliament.

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