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According to a report from Associated Press, a group of 20 suspected communist rebels have attacked a Coca-Cola facility at Cochin, about 140 miles from the southern Indian city of Trivandrum.

Local police said there had been some damage but no injuries. Communist rebels in the region of Kerala have been targeting western companies for some time, unhappy with the way their activities have impacted on local companies.


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