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Pakistan PM warns India against attack, urges talks on Kashmir blast

Reuters Tuesday, 19 February 2019
Pakistan PM warns India against attack, urges talks on Kashmir blastPrime Minister Imran Khan said on Tuesday Pakistan would retaliate if India were to attack in response to a bombing in the disputed Kashmir region, which India blamed on Pakistan, while adding he wanted to cooperate in investigating the blast.
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Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Tuesday Pakistan would retaliate if India were to attack in response to a bombing in the disputed Kashmir region. Khan said he wanted to cooperate in investigating the blast that India said Pakistan was responsible for. Tension between the nuclear-armed neighbors has...

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