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Indian Army soldiers at India-Pakistan Line of Control (LoC)


Rajouri (India), Dec 19 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Jaipal Singh) Indian Army soldiers patrol during their training season the 740-kilometre Line of Control separates the Pakistani side of Kashmir from the part of the administered region by India.This year there have been more than 3,800 violations of the ceasefire allegedly by Pakistan.FOOTAGE OF ARMY SOLDIERS IN ADVANCED POSTS NEAR THE CONTROL LINE (LDC), TRAINING AT THE COMBAT SCHOOL IN SAROOL, IN THE DISTRICT OF RAJOURI, LOCATED ABOUT 155 KM FROM JAMMU.

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