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Saturday, September 04, 2004

India, Pakistan Agree to Widen Peace Talks

This is great for the stability in the world. It will prbably rile up the extremists in both country however. But hopefully the 2 countries can get a peace deal and stop the killing in Kahmir. This is an ongoning battle that needs to be stopped I
ndia, Pakistan Agree to Widen Peace Talks
NewsMax Wires Sunday, Sept. 5, 2004
NEW DELHI -- Nuclear rivals India and Pakistan agreed Saturday to widen their peace dialogue in talks that focused on eight festering issues, including the decades-old dispute over the Himalayan region of Kashmir. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh reiterated India's commitment to peace with Pakistan. At his first news conference since his Congress party unexpectedly swept to power in May, he said the people of South Asia were "bound together by a shared destiny."
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