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Pakistan downgrades diplomatic ties, suspends trade with India over Kashmir, govt says

France 24 Wednesday, 7 August 2019 ()
Pakistan announced Wednesday that it is expelling the Indian High Commissioner and suspending bilateral trade with its nuclear-armed neighbour, days after New Delhi stripped the disputed Kashmir region of its special autonomy.
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News video: Pakistan officials in uproar over India's Kashmir moves

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MPs voiced anger at India’s decision to revoke autonomy and privileges for the contested Muslim-majority region.

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