INDIA-PAKISTAN-KASHMIR-UNREST : Nyhetsfoto

INDIA-PAKISTAN-KASHMIR-UNREST

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TAUSEEF MUSTAFA / Frilansare
Indian villager Shama (R), who lost his leg in a landmine blast following the 1972 Indo-Pakistan war, plays a game of cards with fellow villagers near the India-Pakistan border in Gharana, some 35 kms southwest of Jammu, on January 19, 2013. On both sides of the de facto border in Kashmir, villagers living on one of the world's most dangerous flashpoints have special reason to fear the return of tension between India and Pakistan. The spike in cross-border firing in Kashmir -- a region claimed wholly by both India and Pakistan -- has seen five soldiers killed in recent days and threatened to unravel a fragile peace process that had begun to make progress. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA (Photo credit should read TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian villager Shama (R), who lost his leg in a landmine blast following the 1972 Indo-Pakistan war, plays a game of cards with fellow villagers near the India-Pakistan border in Gharana, some 35 kms southwest of Jammu, on January 19, 2013. On both sides of the de facto border in Kashmir, villagers living on one of the world's most dangerous flashpoints have special reason to fear the return of tension between India and Pakistan. The spike in cross-border firing in Kashmir -- a region claimed wholly by both India and Pakistan -- has seen five soldiers killed in recent days and threatened to unravel a fragile peace process that had begun to make progress. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA (Photo credit should read TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images)
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19 januari 2013
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Indian villager Shama who lost his leg in a landmine blast following... Nyhetsfoto 159713679By,Explodera,Följa,Hemliv,Horisontell,Illustration,Illustrationsteknik,Indien,Jammu Region,Jämlikhet,Kilometer,Konflikt,Kort,Krig,Landmina,Män,Pakistan,VuxenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPIndian villager Shama (R), who lost his leg in a landmine blast following the 1972 Indo-Pakistan war, plays a game of cards with fellow villagers near the India-Pakistan border in Gharana, some 35 kms southwest of Jammu, on January 19, 2013. On both sides of the de facto border in Kashmir, villagers living on one of the world's most dangerous flashpoints have special reason to fear the return of tension between India and Pakistan. The spike in cross-border firing in Kashmir -- a region claimed wholly by both India and Pakistan -- has seen five soldiers killed in recent days and threatened to unravel a fragile peace process that had begun to make progress. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA (Photo credit should read TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images)