An Indian villager holds the tail unit of a mortar shell as she shows the shrapnel-ridden wall of a house damaged by alleged shelling from the Pakistani side of the disputed Kashmir border in the village of Arnia, about 45 km from Jammu on 19 January 2018. Photo: EPA-EFE
An Indian villager holds the tail unit of a mortar shell as she shows the shrapnel-ridden wall of a house damaged by alleged shelling from the Pakistani side of the disputed Kashmir border in the village of Arnia, about 45 km from Jammu on 19 January 2018. Photo: EPA-EFE
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An Indian villager holds the tail unit of a mortar shell as she shows the shrapnel-ridden wall of a house damaged by alleged shelling from the Pakistani side of the disputed Kashmir border in the village of Arnia, about 45 km from Jammu on 19 January 2018. Photo: EPA-EFE
An Indian villager holds the tail unit of a mortar shell as she shows the shrapnel-ridden wall of a house damaged by alleged shelling from the Pakistani side of the disputed Kashmir border in the village of Arnia, about 45 km from Jammu on 19 January 2018. Photo: EPA-EFE
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