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Pakistan's redeployment of troops from Afghanistan border along J&K frontier may complicate US-Taliban peace talks

Firstpost Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
Pakistan might redeploy troops from the Afghanistan border to the Kashmir frontier amidst fresh Indo-Pak tensions, according to Islamabad's ambassador to the US, a move The New York Times said could complicate the ongoing peace talks between America and the Taliban
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