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Afghan, Pakistani forces clash near disputed border
    2018-04-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AN Afghan official said Pakistani forces have crossed into eastern Afghanistan and clashed with Afghan troops.

Col. Abdul Hanan, the acting provincial police chief in the eastern Khost province, said the fighting broke out early yesterday.

The two countries are separated by the 2,400-kilometer Durand Line, which was drawn by British rulers in 1896. Kabul does not recognize it as an international border and has objected to new fortifications being built by Pakistan.

The two U.S. allies routinely accuse each other of failing to crack down on militants who operate along the porous border.(SD-Agencies)

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