A boy sells toys on a bridge in central Srinigar, February 13, 2002 in the Indian held state of Kashmir. Kashmir was once a tourist hot spot but since a militant movement began 12 years ago, the tourists have been replaced by soldiers. Despite the tension and constant threat of attacks most Kashmiri people manage to keep their dream of a peaceful future and a sense of humor. India and Pakistan have already fought three wars over Kashmir and are the brink again as they amass their troops along the Line of Control.

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