An injured Indian civilian of cross border firing arrives at the Government Medical College hospital in Jammu, India, Friday, Aug. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)
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At least 10 civilians were killed Friday as India and Pakistan traded fire across their disputed border, officials said, less than a week after high-level talks were aborted amid a row over Kashmir.Six died near the city of Sialkot in Pakistan's Punjab province and at least four villagers were killed in Indian-administered Kashmir. The two sides regularly fire shells and mortars across the disputed border both in Kashmir and to the south in Punjab, killing civilians.In Indian-controlled Kashmir, Border Security Force (BSF) official Rakesh Kumar Sharma accused Pakistan of targeting civilians with "unprovoked" mortar fire.
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