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August on Pakistan says it will return the captured pilot to India the country's prime minister Imran Khan to clip the move was a peace gesture Thursday's announcement comes as the United States tries to defuse an escalating crisis between the two nuclear powers so we've been in the middle trying to help them both out this is the first image released at the catch a pilot who has been identified as wing commander Abby non them he's become the face of an escalation that so practiced on down to Indian fighter jets and the contested Kashmir region that came a day off to Indian warplanes struck suspected militants inside Parkstone India's prime minister Narendra Modi's told a rally of supporters on Thursday they would unite against the enemies , India I would probably I did run well towers have urged restraint following the tip the top as strikes US secretary of state Mike Pompeii if that's both sides to avoid any action that would escalate and greatly increase risk and brushes foreign minister offered to facilitate talks between the two countries de escalation was sparked by a suicide bombing carried out by Pakistan based militants in India's territory earlier this month dozens of police were killed , Kashmir lies at the heart of the decades long hostility both countries claim sovereignty over the region and a four three wars since nineteen forty seven