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India, Pakistan agree to ease tensions in Kashmir

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NEW DELHI (AP) -- An army official says India and Pakistan have agreed to ease tensions in disputed Kashmir after recent clashes there. Indian army spokesman Col. Jagdeep Dahiya says the military commanders of the two sides spoke by telephone for 10 minutes on Wednesday and reached an understanding not to allow the situation to escalate. Three Pakistani soldiers and two Indian soldiers have...

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