Rival gunmen kill 37 in bus

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The Independent Online
New Delhi - At least 37 people, 30 of them from the Naga community, have died in the far north-east of India after gunmen from the rival Kuki clan waylaid a bus, locked it and pushed it into a gorge.

In apparent retaliation, Naga militants dragged two Kukis out of a bus in Manipur state and shot them dead. Clashes between the tribes, which have both formed their own armed groups, have claimed several hundred lives in recent years. AFP

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