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Pakistan says wants peace with India, Modi responds after victory speech

Reuters Thursday, 23 May 2019
The Pakistani and Indian prime ministers exchanged messages via Twitter on Thursday hoping for peace, after Narendra Modi returned to power in New Delhi in an election fought in the wake of confrontation between the nuclear-armed enemies.
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According to Reuters, the Pakistani and Indian prime ministers exchanged messages via Twitter on Thursday hoping for peace, after Narendra Modi returned to power in New Delhi. Pakistani premier Imran Khan said he was ready to cooperate with the government as it resumed office. In a tweet, Khan said...

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