United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sits in attendance during the special event to recognize the International Day of Non-Violence at the United Nations headquarters Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/Kevin Hagen)
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Pakistan took its long-running dispute with neighboring India to the United Nations Friday as the country's U.N. Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi presented three dossiers to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's office alleging Indian involvement in fomenting unrest in Pakistan.One dossier relates to Pakistan's tribal areas, another relates to Karachi, and the third to the southwestern region of Baluchistan, she said.Forces on both sides of the Line of Control, which divides Kashmir, have traded fire several times in recent weeks.
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