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Kashmir: Pakistan's Khan vows to 'fight until the end'

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Kashmir: Pakistan's Khan vows to 'fight until the end'Prime Minister Imran Khan pledged to stand by "Kashmiri brothers" after India moved to downgrade their special status. Khan traveled to the Pakistani-controlled parts of Kashmir to mark Pakistan's independence day. ......
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News video: Thousands Rally in Islamabad for Kashmir as India Marks Independence Day

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Thousands rallied in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad on August 15 to mark India’s Independence Day as a “Black Day” as an expression of solidarity with Kashmir after India revoked special status for the part of the disputed region it controls. India also imposed a security lockdown and...

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