SRINAGAR (AFP) One person was killed and 10 others injured Friday in fresh clashes between anti-India protesters and police in Indian-occupied Kashmir, police and witnesses said. Residents said hundreds of protesters, mostly young Kashmiris, took to the streets after Juma (Friday) prayers and started chanting, we want freedom and Allah is Greatest. Police blocked them, sparking fierce clashes that left nine protesters and two policemen injured. One youth died in hospital later, witnesses said. Police said they were investigating the death, which sparked more protests and intense clashes between police and protesters. Kashmiris have been holding regular rallies, which often turn violent, since 2008. More than 60 protesters have died in the protests since then, most of them as a result of police firing. The tensions in the region are high after local police accused the military of killing three innocent civilians in April. The army initially said they had killed three armed freedom fighters but later ordered an inquiry and initiated action against two officers.