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Stuck between India and Pakistan, Kashmiris worry about crossfire

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Stuck between India and Pakistan, Kashmiris worry about crossfire

Stuck between India and Pakistan, Kashmiris worry about crossfire

Civilians living near the Line of Control between Indian and Pakistan-administered Kashmir often suffer when tensions escalate.

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Kashmiris Kashmiris Ethnic group native to the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir

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Line of Control Line of Control Demarcation line between India and Pakistan over the disputed region of Kashmir

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Jammu and Kashmir (state) Jammu and Kashmir (state) Former state administered by India

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