Trump hopes the end of the conflict between India and Pakistan

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — US President Donald Trump said on Thursday he hoped the conflict between India and Pakistan would end after cross-border clashes in disputed Kashmir.

Trump was speaking at a news conference in Vietnam after a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Trump said he had some “reasonable” news from India and Pakistan but did not elaborate.

World powers urged restraint as tensions escalated in the wake of a mutual air strike this week after a car bomb killed at least 40 Indian security forces in the New Delhi-controlled part of Kashmir on Feb. 14.

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