Grenade kills 2, bomb wounds 15 in Indian Kashmir

Suspected Islamic militants threw a hand grenade into a paramilitary camp in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Friday, killing two soldiers and critically wounding another three, police said. The grenade attack in Nihama, a village 75 kilometers (45 miles) south of Srinagar, capital of India's Jammu-Kashmir state, came just hours after a roadside bomb wounded 15 soldiers in the area. No one claimed responsibility for that attack.