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Two Pakistani soldiers were killed in the Indian-Pakistan exchange of fire

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According to the Ministry of Public Relations of the Pakistani Armed Forces, on December 10 local time, Indian and Pakistani armies exchanged fiercely on the Kurata section along the Kashmir Line of Control (LoC).

The Palestinian side said that the Indian army violated the ceasefire agreement and exchanged fire, killing two Pakistani soldiers and causing losses to the Indian army in terms of personnel and materials.

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