Pakistani villagers offer funeral prayers for victims, reportedly killed by Indian shelling, at a border town of Kanganpur near Sialkot, Pakistan, Friday, Aug. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Shahid Ikram)
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Pakistan will respond "with full force" if India continues to target the civilian population, Islamabad's defense minister said Saturday, after 13 people died when rivals traded fire across their disputed border.India said at least four villagers were killed in Indian-administered Kashmir by Pakistani fire.The 1965 war between the two countries took place over two weeks in September, and each September 6 Pakistani media eulogises the army for thwarting Indian "aggression".Pakistan and India have fought two of their three wars over the Himalayan region since both gained independence in 1947, and it remains a major source of tension.
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