Why Kashmir remains an open wound between India, Pakistan
Clip: 02/27/2019 | 5m 49s
India says it has destroyed a training camp for the militant group that claimed responsibility for a deadly Kashmir attack on Indian forces two weeks ago. The fighting is the most serious escalation in years between the two adversaries, both of whom have nuclear arms. William Brangham talks to Indiana University's Sumit Ganguly, about the origin of the long-simmering conflict over Kashmir.
Aired: 02/27/19Video has closed captioning.
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