Fresh fighting has erupted between Indian and Pakistani soldiers along the so-called Line of Control that divides disputed Kashmir between the two nuclear-armed rivals.
India's army says Pakistani soldiers are targeting nearly two dozen Indian forward points with mortar and gunfire. Lt. Col. Devender Anand, an Indian army spokesman, says Pakistani troops later Thursday attacked forward posts along the Line of Control calling it an "unprovoked" violation of the 2003-cease-fire accord.
Pakistani Prime Minster Imran Khan called for talks with India as other world powers, including the U.S., called for the two nuclear-armed neighbors and rivals to de-escalate heightened tensions between them.
Khan said in televised address, "Considering the nature of the weapons that both of us have, can we afford any miscalculation?"
Mike Lyons joined Armstrong & Getty to explain the long simmering tensoin--and how history may help to provide short-term peace.
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