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Kashmir attack overshadows rivals’ anti-terror talk

Nuclear-armed rivals Pakistan and India agreed to fight terrorism of all forms on Wednesday, but their pact was immediately overshadowed by an attack on two tourist buses in Kashmir that wounded at least 21 people. The two sides ended two days of talks between senior interior ministry officials as part of a peace process launched in 2004 to resolve all outstanding issues, including their long and bitter dispute over the Himalayan region of Kashmir. “Both sides reiterated their commitment to fight terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, and re-emphasised the need for effective steps for the complete elimination of this menace,” they said in a joint statement.Full Story

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