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India, Pakistan Begin Peace Talks
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India, Pakistan Begin Peace Talks

India, Pakistan Begin Peace Talks
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India and Pakistan begin talks in Islamabad for the first time in two-and-a-half years. Since gaining independence from Britain more than 50 years ago, the neighboring countries have fought three wars and started a nuclear arms race. Last month, the two nations signaled they are ready to move toward peace. Miranda Kennedy reports.

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