India, Pakistan Agree To Kashmir Cease-Fire After Months Of Cross-Border Shelling

For nearly a year and a half, the two sides have traded artillery across the heavily fortified demarcation that separates Indian and Pakistani areas of control.
Villagers inspects the damage after their home were gutted by firing from the Pakistan side of the border at Jora farm village last week in Ranbir Singh Pura district of Jammu, India. Source: Hindustan Times

After months of lobbing artillery shells across the heavily fortified de facto border that divides Indian and Pakistani areas of control in the Himalayan region of

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