1. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/08/kashmir-fire-loc-kills-3-pakistani-5-indian-troops-190815125820838.html) reduced by 65%. (I’m a bot)
    > Pakistan's army has said at least three Pakistani and five Indian soldiers have been killed after a cross-border exchange of fire in the disputed region of Kashmir.

    > Later on Thursday, Indian news agency ANI wrote on Twitter that India's army had denied the Pakistani army's statement that five Indian soldiers were killed in "Ceasefire violations" along the heavily-militarised LoC dividing Pakistan- and Indian-administered Kashmir.

    > Local police in Pakistan-administered Kashmir told Al Jazeera two civilians were also killed on Thursday.

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  2. > Pakistani Army claims

    Yeah, okay. An Army whose business is conflict, who have historically been proven to be lying repeatedly (Denied Kargil agression in the beginning, Sold Nukes to North Korea, Denied Bangladesh genocide, Denied losing wars.. I can go on) is historically never to be trusted.

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