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State Department Warns US citizens Traveling To India

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State Department Warns US citizens Traveling To India

State Department Warns US citizens Traveling To India

According to Business Insider, The US State Department has responded to a violent escalation in fighting along the border between nuclear rivals India and Pakistan with a travel warning that also warns women against a troubling rise in sexual violence.

India and Pakistan, bitter rivals for decades, have been fighting inside Kashmir, a disputed border region which each country administers in part.

The fighting kicked off after a February 16 terror attack killed 40 Indian security forces.

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