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Kashmir border firing kills three Pakistani, five Indian soldiers: Pakistan

Reuters Thursday, 15 August 2019
Pakistan said on Thursday three of its soldiers and five Indian troops were killed in a cross-border exchange of fire in the contested Kashmir region, one of the deadliest clashes between the rival armies this year.
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