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India Strikes Pakistani Village In Retaliation For Attack In Kashmir

India says its fighter jets crossed into Pakistan early Tuesday morning and bombed a militant training camp there. Pakistan says there was no damage and no casualties.

India says its fighter jets crossed a disputed border as they headed into Pakistan before dawn Tuesday, conducting airstrikes on a militant training camp and killing "a very large number of terrorists."

Pakistan by tweet that Indian planes entered its airspace. But the spokesperson for the Pakistan Armed Forces said that the planes were forced to drop their payload in an open field after Pakistan scrambled its own jets and that there were no casualties or

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