At least 13 civilians shot dead by army in India’s Nagaland state

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Protesters have burned army vehicles after more than a dozen villagers were shot and killed by soldiers, who thought the villagers were “militants”, in India’s Nagaland state.

Indian security forces opened fire on civilians late on Saturday in India’s remote northeast region, which borders Myanmar, according to local media reports.

Manno Wangnao is a journalist belonging to the Konyak tribe in Mon district of Nagaland.

She Joins us from Mon District in Nagaland for the latest updates.

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