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India, Pakistan trade barbs over deadly Kashmir clash

Reuters Sunday, 20 October 2019
India and Pakistan blamed one another for cross-border shelling in the disputed Kashmir region which killed and injured soldiers and civilians on both sides and made it one of the deadliest days since New Delhi revoked Kashmir's special status in August.
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