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>> More death on the de facto border between India and Pakistan on Thursday. Indian soldiers killing three suspected militants, who police say tried to raid an army base in Kashmir. It's the latest episode in a wave of violence that began when militants killed 19 soldiers in an Indian army base two weeks ago.
Since then, tensions have risen sharply with several bouts of gunfire between the two sides, spreading panic among residence in border areas.>>
> There's not enough water or enough to eat. Our kids have no milk and we can't bring our cattle here because there's no food for them.>> India and Pakistan signed a ceasefire in 2003, but as the violence in Kashmir escalates, peace between the nuclear-armed neighbors is looking increasingly fragile, leaving villagers trapped in the middle, fearing for their lives with no clear end to the fighting in sight.
People's lives are at stake. Some have migrated, others are living in terror.>> Some of those still living in the area have dug makeshift shelters to protect themselves. They hunker down inside, fearing for their safety and the futures of their children. Outside, others make the most of the small amount of the supplies they have, but the situation is starting to get desperate.