As Pakistan-India tensions flare, a child mistakes a bomb for a toy
Sunday, 11 August 2019 Deep in the mountains of the Neelum Valley, where a river separates Indian and Pakistani Kashmir, is the small village of Jabri, usually far enough away to avoid being hit by exchanges of fire between the countries' armies.
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.