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Pakistan PM accuses India of planning military action in Kashmir

Reuters Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan used an address celebrating Independence Day on Wednesday to accuse India of planning military action in the disputed Kashmir region that has long been a flashpoint between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.
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