Pakistan accuses India of killing a civilian in Kashmir
ISLAMABAD AFP) - Pakistan accused India on Monday of killing a civilian with "unprovoked firing" in Kashmir in the latest in a series of recent clashes in the disputed Himalayan region.
Tensions have flared again in the heavily militarised Kashmir valley with the nuclear-armed neighbours accusing each other of cross-border firing.
The latest incident took place when "Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing in the wee hours Monday" in three areas along the de facto border known as the Line of Control (LoC), a military official said.
"Pakistani troops effectively responded to Indian firing," he said, adding that one civilian was killed "due to unprovoked Indian shelling".