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#BoycottMalaysia war raging on Twitter, but India and Malaysia are still friends, Mahathir says

Some people are even calling for a boycott of AirAsia.
Pakistan launches an intermediate-range nuclear-capable ballistic missile from an undisclosed location on November 13, 2014.

If India and Pakistan have a nuclear war, scientists say it could trigger Ice-Age temperatures, cause global famine, and kill 125 million people

Earth's temperature could drop by 5 degrees Celsius, which means major farming regions would struggle to grow crops.
A composite image of Imran Khan, current Prime Minister of Pakistan, in Bani Gala, Pakistan, in July 2017; and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the presidential palace in New Delhi, India, in May 2019.

Pakistan issued its most explicit threat of war against India yet as the 2 nuclear powers clash over Kashmir

Tensions have ramped up in recent weeks after India, which controls large parts of Kashmir, removed much of the region's autonomy.
Men with pellet injuries being treated inside a house in Srinagar on August 14, 2019. Indian forces have used pellet guns and tear gas to disperse crowds.

India is replaying Trump’s favorite strategy by accusing the media of fake news in Kashmir, where it cut off the internet and tried to silence j...

The Indian government has repeatedly accused news outlets, including the BBC and Reuters, of reporting fake news about the ongoing Kashmir crisis.
Two Kashmiri brothers show the BBC the injuries they sustained from what they said were beatings by Indian army officers.

Kashmiris say Indian officers tortured them and shoved mud in their mouths so they couldn’t scream. The army denies it ever happened.

A new BBC report details gruesome allegations from civilians living in Kashmiri villages known to be hubs of anti-India militant groups.
Kashmiri men wait before prayers on August 12, 2019.

A man in Kashmir says he was blinded in one eye after being shot by police pellets. Police insist there have been ‘no major injuries.’

Kashmir remains under severe lockdown, almost one month after India changed its constitution to cancel the disputed region's political autonomy.
Kashmiri men shout slogans during clashes with Indian security forces, after scrapping of the special constitutional status for Kashmir by the Indian government, in Srinagar, August 23, 2019.

India’s blackout and extreme crackdown in Kashmir could ignite a violent uprising

An extreme crackdown in has kept Kashmiri citizens under virtual house arrest and without a lifeline to the outside world for nearly a month.
Kashmiri boys cycle in an empty street during restrictions in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, on August 14, 2019.

Armed forces in Kashmir are detaining children and molesting women and girls amid a state-wide blackout, report claims

The report, published Wednesday, was compiled from conversations with hundreds of Kashmiris after India cancelled their political autonomy.
Kashmiri men wait before prayers on August 12.

India is controlling people in Kashmir with an elaborate maze of razor wire that changes configuration several times a day

India voted to strip the Jammu and Kashmir state of its special status, blocking phone and internet access and introducing a curfew and riot police.