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UN chief asks India, Pakistan not to change Kashmir status

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UN chief asks India, Pakistan not to change Kashmir statusUnited Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday came out against changing the status of Jammu and Kashmir and backed Security Council resolutions. One of the UN Security Council resolutions requires Pakistan to withdraw all its nationals from Kashmir. "The Secretary-General calls on all parties to refrain from taking steps that could affect the status of Jammu and Kashmir," Stephane Dujarric, spokesperson for the UN chief was quoted as saying by IANS. "The position of the United Nations on this region is governed by the Charter of the United Nations and applicable Security Council resolutions." The Council's Resolution 47 adopted on April......
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News video: In disputed Kashmir, a child mistakes a bomb for a toy

In disputed Kashmir, a child mistakes a bomb for a toy 02:11

The small town of Jabri is usually far enough away from the routine exchanges of fire between India and Pakistan in the disputed Kashmir region. That changed last month, when Indian artillery hit the village and a four-year-old, Ayan Ali, mistook an unexploded device for a toy. David Doyle reports.

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