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Day in Photos: June 25, 2012

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Kashmiri residents watch as firefighters try to extinguish a fire at the nearly 200-years-old Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani Shrine, popularly known as Ghaus-e-Azam, or Dastgeer Sahab, in downtown Srinagar, India. Anti-India clashes between protesters and government forces erupted in the main city in Indian-controlled Kashmir Monday after the highly revered Muslim shrine was destroyed in the fire, police said. The cause of the fire is yet unknown. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

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