When the world went into lockdown last year, schools in many countries experienced a once-in-a-lifetime kind of shutdown. It was unprecedented. But for the children in the valley of Kashmir, that was nothing new. For the last decade, uprisings and violence have shut down schools indefinitely, affecting children's upbringings and futures, as Furkan Latif Khan has been finding out.
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