Two people were killed when anti-Assam riots in India turned violent on Saturday, with demonstrators torching vehicles, damaging buses and pelting stones, prompting police to fire in the air, according to local media. -Text and photos by agencies

People react during a clash with police at a protest that turned violent in Mumbai. -Photo by Reuters
People react during a clash with police at a protest that turned violent in Mumbai. -Photo by Reuters
A flag is seen as an Indian police official runs during a clash between police and Muslim protestors in Mumbai. -Photo by AP
A flag is seen as an Indian police official runs during a clash between police and Muslim protestors in Mumbai. -Photo by AP
Protestors block traffic and damage media vehicles during a demonstration against the deaths of Muslims in recent violence in Assam, in Mumbai. -Photo by AP
Protestors block traffic and damage media vehicles during a demonstration against the deaths of Muslims in recent violence in Assam, in Mumbai. -Photo by AP
Indian Muslim men shout slogans during a protest against the violence in India's northeastern state of Assam in New Delhi. -Photo by AP
Indian Muslim men shout slogans during a protest against the violence in India's northeastern state of Assam in New Delhi. -Photo by AP
A policeman walks past a burning vehicle during a protest in Mumbai. -Photo by Reuters
A policeman walks past a burning vehicle during a protest in Mumbai. -Photo by Reuters
Vehicles set on fire by demonstrators burn outside the Azad Maidan ground area in Mumbai. -Photo by AFP
Vehicles set on fire by demonstrators burn outside the Azad Maidan ground area in Mumbai. -Photo by AFP

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