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Tuesday, 27 September 2016
India's foreign minister on Monday used her address at the UN General Assembly to accuse Pakistan of terrorism, warning that India will not give up control in the disputed territory of Kashmir. Tensions between the longtime rivals have spiked over a recent attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir...
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