Bomb kills three in India’s restive northeast–police


GUWAHATI, India: Three people were killed and four others wounded in a bomb attack early on Sunday in India’s restive northeast, police said, the second strike in the area in less than a week. The blast shook west Imphal, state capital of Manipur, which borders Myanmar—an area that has been plagued by separatist violence for decades. “Three laborers were killed in the blast and four more injured,” senior state police official A. Singh told Agence France Presse by telephone from Imphal.



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