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Pakistan officer 'killed by India shelling' in Kashmir

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Pakistan says an army officer has been killed by Indian shelling on the Line of Control (LoC) that divides the disputed territory of Kashmir.

An army statement said that a captain died and a soldier was seriously injured in the clash near Skardu.

It said the exchange of fire happened late on Tuesday night and continued on Wednesday morning.

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The Skardu clash is the latest in a series of accusations and counter-accusations, with each side blaming the other for violations of a 2003 ceasefire.

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A Pakistani military statement said that the captain had been killed by "unprovoked shelling" by India.

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The Indian army and government have yet to comment officially on the Pakistan claims, but an army source told the BBC in Srinagar that it was Pakistan who was guilty of the latest ceasefire violation.

"We retaliated," the source said, "and there have been no casualties on our side."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-23777270

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Pakistan says an army officer has been killed by Indian shelling on the Line of Control (LoC) that divides the disputed territory of Kashmir.

An army statement said that a captain died and a soldier was seriously injured in the clash near Skardu.

It said the exchange of fire happened late on Tuesday night and continued on Wednesday morning.

...

The Skardu clash is the latest in a series of accusations and counter-accusations, with each side blaming the other for violations of a 2003 ceasefire.

...

A Pakistani military statement said that the captain had been killed by "unprovoked shelling" by India.

...

The Indian army and government have yet to comment officially on the Pakistan claims, but an army source told the BBC in Srinagar that it was Pakistan who was guilty of the latest ceasefire violation.

"We retaliated," the source said, "and there have been no casualties on our side."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-23777270

Potential dictator. You also want India and Pakistan to fight. Are you an arms dealer?

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