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Pakistan Says It Wants Peace Talks With India, Despite Missile Launch

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Pakistan Says It Wants Peace Talks With India, Despite Missile Launch

Pakistan Says It Wants Peace Talks With India, Despite Missile Launch

A Pakistan military spokesperson said the test was meant to deter other countries from launching an attack.

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