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India, Pakistan OK anti-terror measures

India and Pakistan agreed on measures to combat terrorism and prevent an accidental nuclear conflict in South Asia at the first peace talks since a terrorist attack on Mumbai’s train network in July, Pakistan’s foreign secretary said Wednesday. Blaming the attack — which killed more than 200 people — on militants based in Pakistan, and on Islamabad’s intelligence service, India put the talks on hold. The key to resumption was a deal to create what was described as an “anti-terrorism mechanism” that could help the historic rivals work together to halt attacks like those in Mumbai. Full Story

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