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India, Pakistan set to sign pilgrim corridor pact amid Kashmir tension

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
India and Pakistan are set to sign an agreement on Indian pilgrims visiting a Sikh shrine in Pakistan, rare cooperation between the nuclear-armed neighbors at a time of tension that has brought exchanges of fire on their disputed border.
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