Kashmir's 'black day' marks 70 years of Indian army arrival

There's been violence between police and protesters in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Separatist leaders called on Kashmiris to observe the 70th anniversary of the Indian army’s arrival as a "black day".
The Muslim-majority region - which is disputed by Pakistan and India - has been the scene of tensions between the two countries for decades.
Al Jazeera’s Neave Barker reports.

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