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How will the Taliban takeover impact militancy in Kashmir?

By DW
19 September 2021   |   2:38 pm
India-administered Kashmir is reportedly seeing a surge in foreign militants. Analysts warn that increasing disaffection among young Kashmiris in the disputed region could have serious consequences.

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