Pakistan Accuses India of Extrajudicial Killings on its Territory:

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A top Pakistan official on Thursday accused India of killing two Pakistani nationals on its soil, citing what he called “a pattern” of alleged Indian assassination plots overseas and raising tensions between the two nuclear-armed rivals.
In a news conference, Pakistani Foreign Secretary Muhammad Syrus Sajjad Qazi claimed Islamabad has “credible evidence” linking Indian agents to the killing of Muhammad Riaz in Pakistan-administered Kashmir on September 8 last year and of Shahid Latif in the city of Sialkot, near Kashmir, a month later.
These were killings-for-hire cases involving a sophisticated international setup spread over multiple jurisdictions, Qazi said.
He accused two Indian agents of recruiting assassins to kill the men as both were slain in the vicinity of mosques but did not provide further information about the victims or suggest why New Delhi might have targeted them.

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