PAKISTAN-INDIA-UNREST-KASHMIR-MILITARY : News Photo

PAKISTAN-INDIA-UNREST-KASHMIR-MILITARY

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A Pakistani Kashmiri tea vendor makes a brew for customers at his stall on the way to the town of Titrinot, some 30 kilometers north of Battal sector close of Pakistan-India border, on January 10, 2013. Pakistan on January 10 accused Indian troops of opening fire and killing a Pakistani soldier, the third deadly cross-border incident in days that threatens to escalate tensions in Kashmir. The Pakistan military said the incident happened in the Battal area of the disputed Himalayan region, where a ceasefire has held on heavily militarised Line of Control since 2003, despite violations on both sides. AFP PHOTO/Sajjad QAYYUM (Photo credit should read SAJJAD QAYYUM/AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani Kashmiri tea vendor makes a brew for customers at his stall on the way to the town of Titrinot, some 30 kilometers north of Battal sector close of Pakistan-India border, on January 10, 2013. Pakistan on January 10 accused Indian troops of opening fire and killing a Pakistani soldier, the third deadly cross-border incident in days that threatens to escalate tensions in Kashmir. The Pakistan military said the incident happened in the Battal area of the disputed Himalayan region, where a ceasefire has held on heavily militarised Line of Control since 2003, despite violations on both sides. AFP PHOTO/Sajjad QAYYUM (Photo credit should read SAJJAD QAYYUM/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 10, 2013
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A Pakistani Kashmiri tea vendor makes a brew for customers at his... News Photo 15923156130 Kilometre,Brewing,Close,Conflict,Customer,Horizontal,Jammu and Kashmir,National Border,Pakistan,Pakistani,Stall,Tea,Town,Vendor,WarPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA Pakistani Kashmiri tea vendor makes a brew for customers at his stall on the way to the town of Titrinot, some 30 kilometers north of Battal sector close of Pakistan-India border, on January 10, 2013. Pakistan on January 10 accused Indian troops of opening fire and killing a Pakistani soldier, the third deadly cross-border incident in days that threatens to escalate tensions in Kashmir. The Pakistan military said the incident happened in the Battal area of the disputed Himalayan region, where a ceasefire has held on heavily militarised Line of Control since 2003, despite violations on both sides. AFP PHOTO/Sajjad QAYYUM (Photo credit should read SAJJAD QAYYUM/AFP/Getty Images)