Pakistan and India have agreed to discuss the bitterly divisive Kashmir issue in historic talks due to start next month. The countries’ leaders are “confident” the discussions will bring peace – “History has been made,” Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf told the press. The announcement came at the end of a South Asian regional summit in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad. A BBC correspondent in Islamabad says it represents a major breakthrough. The United Nations, the US and Britain have all welcomed the move, which follows a gradual thaw in relations between the two nuclear rivals after a period of prolonged military confrontation. Full Story
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