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One Killed, 4 Injured In Cross-Border Shelling Along LoC

Pakistani army's shelling hit a village in J&K's Poonch district.

One Killed, 4 Injured In Cross-Border Shelling Along LoC
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One Killed, 4 Injured In Cross-Border Shelling Along LoC
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2020-02-14T15:52:18+05:30

Pakistani troops shelled a village along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district on Friday, killing a villager and injuring four others, officials said.

The officials said Pakistani troops started shelling the village unprovoked. In the shelling, a villager was killed.

Indian troops were retaliating, the officials said, adding that further details were awaited.

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