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Seven killed in separate Kashmir clashes (15.02.2017)

At least three Pakistani soldiers have been killed by Indian border forces in Kashmir, according to officials in Islamabad, while an equal number of Indian troops and one suspected rebel were gunned down in separate clashes.

Pakistan warns India against full-scale war over Kashmir (24.11.2016)

Pakistani air force chief Marshal Sohail Aman has warned neighboring India against escalating the dispute over Kashmir, a contested Himalayan territory, into full-scale war. … Tensions have intensified since militants attacked an Indian Army base in Kashmir in September.

Ban 'deeply concerned' about deteriorating situation along 'Line of Control' in Kashmir (24.11.2016)

“Deeply concerned” about the deterioration of the situation along the Line of Control in Kashmir in recent days, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on all involved to prioritize the restoration of calm and stability in order to prevent any further escalation and loss of life.

Fire exchanged across India-Pakistan border in Kashmir (09.11.2016)

Pakistani and Indian forces trade fire along LoC in disputed Kashmir region, killing at least nine over past two days.

Tensions soar along frontier in disputed Kashmir region (28.10.2016)

Pakistan accuses Indian troops of killing three civilians, including a seven-year-old girl, in latest bout of violence.

Kashmir attack: India 'launches strikes against militants' (29.09.2016)

India's army says it has carried out "surgical strikes" against suspected militants along the de-facto border with Pakistan in Kashmir. The operation was aimed at preventing attacks being planned by Pakistan-based militants, a senior army official said.

Pakistan accuses India of an arms build-up (22.09.2016)

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, has accused India of an "unprecedented arms build-up". Addressing the UN General Assembly in New York, he said his country would "take whatever measures are necessary to maintain credible deterrence".