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Pakistan and India blame each other for violating Kashmiri ceasefires

This year has had a near-record number of ceasefire violations in the disputed Kashmir region. India and Pakistan blame each other for the escalating violence along the heavily militarised border. An agreement to end hostilities was struck in 2003 but people living in Kashmir say cross border attacks happen almost every day. Melinda Nucifora reports from the town of Jura, in Pakistan-Administered Kashmir.

For more than 70 years Kashmiri families have been divided

For more than 70 years Kashmiri families have been divided

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‘Kashmiris are hostage to the failed relationship between India and Pakistan’

Ceasefire in disputed Kashmir during Ramadan termed "cosmetic step"

Ceasefire in disputed Kashmir during Ramadan termed "cosmetic step"

Kashmir suffers its deadliest year in a decade, with more than 500 people being killed

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