Unrest in Kashmir after clashes between protesters and armed forces - UPI.com
UPI reports: "Indian armed forces and protesters continued to clash after soldiers
shot and killed 19-year-old Waseem Ahmad on Friday amid unrest in
Ahmad was shot by soldiers who were firing back against protesters who
reportedly threw stones at an army convoy, police said.
Witnesses to the incident disputed official's response saying Ahmad was
not demonstrating when government forces opened fire. [...] Eighty-seven people have died in the region since the conflict began on July 9."
Pakistan military prepares for a possible Indian attack - The Washington Post:
The Washington Post reports: "Military officials are calling it a routine exercise, but the thunderous spectacle of Pakistani fighter jets touching down on a major highway Wednesday and Thursday, with commercial flights suspended and traffic blocked for hours, has fueled public speculation that something much more ominous is afoot. The display of military readiness, which included a late-night jet
flyover Thursday above this capital city, has come amid an unusually
tense showdown with India, Pakistan’s nuclear-armed rival, following a
militant attack Sunday that killed 18 Indian soldiers in the disputed
border region of Kashmir. [...] Indian officials have accused Pakistan of sending the armed attackers
across the de facto border into the Indian portion of Kashmir."
Comment: One of the word's major-war tripwires is not settling down.