An Indian Kashmiri protestor gestures during clashes with Indian security forces at a funeral procession for Kashmiri civilian Kaiser Bhat in Srinagar on June 2, 2018. / AFP / Tauseef MUSTAFA
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India and Pakistan exchanged fire across the Kashmir border on Sunday, officials said, killing two guards and ending a days-old agreement to honor a ceasefire in the disputed region.Seven civilians were also injured at Aknoor, near the contested territory's border with Pakistan, in a barrage that claimed the lives of two Indian border officers.Pakistan authorities did not immediately comment on India's allegations or whether any damage was sustained on their side of the border.The salvo of gun and mortar fire came just four days after Pakistan and India promised to end ceasefire violations in Kashmir.
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