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Kashmir conflict explained: What do India and Pakistan want? | DW News

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Tensions are boiling over after India stripped Indian-controlled Kashmir of its near autonomous status. India’s decision is reigniting disputes with Pakistan. Both control parts of Kashmir, but each country claims the region in its entirety. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made gaining control over the region a central campaign. But Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan says revoking Indian-controlled Kashmir’s autonomy is illegal under international law. It’s feared the dispute could drive the two nuclear powers toward war once again. As tensions over Kashmir escalate again, what do the parties involved actually want?

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Bangladesh: I jus sit back and observe

Author — yg-abida

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Such a serious matter....and the loud music drowns out the content and newsreader...foolish production.

Author — Ansell Ortell

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Why only talk about Kashmir? You must also talk about Jammu and Ladakh region.

Author — Rituraj Shekhar

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Why Pakistan is worried if "India" made changes to "ITS CONSTITUTION"??? It's anyways not followed in Pakistan or its administered Kashmir, where it did the same thing 50 years ago.

Author — War Hammer

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@DW not single bullet fired from 4th Aug... Not a single conflict.... The perspective you are showing they belong to the politicians not to localit, and localit just want peace, there are 4 Kashmiri student are my classmates 2 from laddakh they all are 🙏🙏🙏

Author — AKSHAY KUMAWAT

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Its a very complicated matter unlike other international media dw explained it some extent correctly .

Author — M Panda

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Most of the people of Kashmir= Ladakh Jammu Gilgit Muzaffarabad Aksai Chin Siachin Baltistan etc demanding complete independence

Author — Coverage On All AspectsTV

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Where were you when Pakistan made gilgit baltistan which was also part of kashmir as it's 5th province?

Author — Aparna553 Appu

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Like/dislike ratio shows how biased this video is

Author — Muhammad Saad

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The Pakistani Military carries out many attrocities against its Pashtun population. tens of thousands have dissapeared over the last few years. Can the media please report on this.

Author — Richard Brown

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..this article doesn't talk of Kashmiri Pandits genocide perpetrated by Jihadis across Pak Border during 1989-90 when innocents were killed or displaced from their properties by the thousands...that should not be treated now as weakness

Author — skywalkercassini

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misinformation by DW TV without acknowledging the history

Author — Niloy Basu

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It hurts me to see that in 2019 we are still unable to resolve a conflict with words. But what one should expect from such people behave like animals. They do not understand that they are the same people as us. I hope God will judge you. To all the people who have to give their lives until now, rest in peace. May your prayers be answered. Ameen

Author — Sheela XD

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Plz take care of innocent people and both govts may talk for peace🙏

Author — GROUP OF CUSINE

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why the people love the DW News bcz they always show the truth and reality.

Author — Uzair Nouman

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such an intricate topic and done in a lethargic way ...

Author — UJJWAL BAGHEL

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music in the vedio is so nice that I heard on an aid of this channel and directly came to see this news

Author — kunwar Ujjwal Singh

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2:20 DW is showing the fact of few years, but the whole pak including Kashmir was indian territory, for more than thousands of its not being showcased, which means this channel is either biased or threatened by

Author — Aryavarth Jain

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I have to acknowledge DW coverage is little balanced unlike nytimes and vice

Author — PAWAN SAXENA

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Thank you for showing the true Factors between India and Pakistan

Author — We Are Unknowns