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6-10 Pak soldiers killed, 3 terror camps destroyed in PoK: Army chief

DNA Sunday, 20 October 2019
In the attack on the terror launch pads in POK, the Indian Army has killed at least 20 terrorists and destroyed 4 launch pads, media sources stated.
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