JAMMU, India (Thomas Reuters Foundation) - Panicked monkeys jump off an orange tree and disappear fast as angry children pelt them with stones and shout abuse. Crackers are let off in the distance, and more kids rush out to a nearby field, dotted ... AlertNet, 2 weeks ago
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