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Pulwama Attack: US asks Pakistan to freeze funds of designated terror groups, calls JeM threat to regional stability

DNA Saturday, 16 February 2019
Pakistan-based JeM has claimed responsibility for the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday that left at least 40 CRPF soldiers dead.
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News video: Imran Khan denies Pakistan's involvement in Pulwama attack

Imran Khan denies Pakistan's involvement in Pulwama attack 02:33

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has denied his country's involvement in the Pulwama terror attack. Imran claimed that Pakistan has nothing to gain from the attack. Imran also invited the Indian government to have a dialogue over the issue. Forty CRPF personnel were killed in a terror attack in...

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