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India Seeks Help from Bhutan, Myanmar to Hunt Down Militants

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India has sought cooperation from Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh in an offensive against a tribal militant group that shot dead at least 80 people in Assam state this week, officials said on Friday. Police believe that a faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), fighting for a separate state for ethnic Bodos, was behind coordinated attacks on tea plantation workers and their families this week, the deadliest in years. Some militants may have fled to neighboring...

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