The conflict began when a Muslim terror organization group launched a bomb attack on Kashmir, killing 40 Indian paramilitary police, provoking retaliation from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On February 26th, India sent fighter jets across the Kashmir ‘Line of Control’, to carry out attacks against a Muslim training camp about 40 miles inside of Pakistani territory. Pakistan reported the bombs were detonated in a rural area and did not kill anyone, but claims that Indian forces on the Line of Control killed four civilians. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan responded by shooting down two of India’s fighter jets. Khan has now called for negotiation instead of retaliation, yet both countries are preparing for full-scale war.
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