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Pakistani PM: India's crackdown on Kashmir will spur global Muslim extremism

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
India's crackdown on protests and dissent in Kashmir will drive more of the world's Muslims into extremism, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said during a fiery speech on Friday, in the part of the disputed territory administered by Pakistan.
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