Pakistan to protest to India over soldier killed in Kashmir

By REUTERS
January 16, 2013 06:25

 
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ISLAMABAD - The Pakistani army director of military operations will call his Indian counterpart on Wednesday to complain about the latest killing of a Pakistani soldier in Kashmir.

A statement from the Pakistani army said that he would "protest strongly" about the killing on Tuesday. Two Indian and three Pakistani soldiers have been killed in Kashmir since the beginning of the year.

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