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Pakistan suspends train service to India as Kashmir dispute continues

Reuters Thursday, 8 August 2019 ()
Pakistan said on Thursday it would suspend a rail service linking it to India, as relations with its arch rival continue to sour over the contested Kashmir region.
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Islamabad has ‘shut down’ the Samjhauta Express train service between India and Pakistan, its railway minister Sheikh Rasheed announced on Thursday. Indian officials, however, say no formal notification to this effect was issued by Islamabad.

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