Indian officials say suspected militants have killed at least 20 people in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
In the most serious incident, a landmine blew up under a bus south of Srinagar. Immediately after the blast, the bus transporting soldiers and their families tumbled into a mountain gorge. Twelve people were killed and 23 wounded.
Three separatist groups have claimed responsibility for the blast, which killed six soldiers, the bus driver, three women and two children related to soldiers. The death toll is expected to rise because several of the 23 injured are in critical condition.
Separate rebel violence left eight others dead across the territory.
Friday, two suspected Muslim militants attacked a security camp in Srinagar, killing six people before they were gunned down. Police say the gunmen, dressed as security officers, shot their way into a hotel housing police and paramilitary troops.
The banned separatist group Lashkar-e-Taiba claimed responsibility for Friday's attack.