People hold large flag of Pakistan-administered Kashmir at the Kashmir Million March and World Largest Flag demonstration in solidarity with Indian-administered Kashmiris, in Islamabad. Photo: AFP

At least 10 killed in artillery fire across Kashmir border as tensions escalate between India and Pakistan

  • Tensions have escalated in the region since India revoked Kashmir’s autonomy on August 5 and imposed movement and communications restrictions
  • Officials from both India and Pakistan have accused each other’s militaries of firing across the de facto border
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People hold large flag of Pakistan-administered Kashmir at the Kashmir Million March and World Largest Flag demonstration in solidarity with Indian-administered Kashmiris, in Islamabad. Photo: AFP
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A soldier patrols a deserted street in Srinagar, Kashmir. Photo: AFP
Fahad Shah
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Fahad Shah

Reporting on the silence of siege in Kashmir

  • Kashmir feels like it’s at risk of exploding at any time, after India announced the revocation of its special status on August 5
  • A feeling of vulnerability, fear and hopelessness is overpowering the journalists of Kashmir

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A soldier patrols a deserted street in Srinagar, Kashmir. Photo: AFP
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