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India, Pakistan troops exchange gun fire in Kashmir

India and Pakistan troops on Tuesday exchanged fire and targeted each other’s positions on Line of Control (LoC) dividing Kashmir, officials said.

Three Pakistani soldiers killed by Indian troops at Kashmir border

Tensions were high along a de facto border in the disputed Kashmir region on Tuesday after Pakistan said Indian troops killed three soldiers with unprovoked gunfire – an act described by Indian Army sources as retaliation for weekend violence.

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