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Pakistan seeks urgent UN meeting on Kashmir

The Age Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Pakistan's foreign minister accused India of implementing a "racist ideology" aimed at turning Kashmir from a Muslim-majority into a Hindu-majority territory.
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News video: In disputed Kashmir, a child mistakes a bomb for a toy

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The small town of Jabri is usually far enough away from the routine exchanges of fire between India and Pakistan in the disputed Kashmir region. That changed last month, when Indian artillery hit the village and a four-year-old, Ayan Ali, mistook an unexploded device for a toy. David Doyle reports.

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