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Pakistan says wants peace with India, conducts missile test

Reuters Thursday, 23 May 2019
Pakistan has signaled a willingness to open peace talks with India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears set to return to power in New Delhi after an election fought in the shadow of renewed confrontation between the nuclear-armed enemies.
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