Pakistan’s Khan warns of bloodshed in Kashmir, possibility of nuclear war | AFP

“The world community must give the people of Kashmir the right of self determination” says Pakistan’s Prime Minister at the UN. Imran Khan’s warning of bloodshed also included the possibility that its dispute with India over the territory could escalate into an all-out nuclear war. “Two nuclear armed countries will come face to face,” he says, “and before we head in that direction, the United Nations has a responsibility”.(COMPLETES VID 1KP4XI_EN)

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India planning ‘bloodbath’ in Kashmir, Pakistan’s Khan tells UN | AFP

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan says India is planning a “bloodbath” in Kashmir once the curfew will be lifted, as he speaks at the United Nations General Assembly, in New York. SOUNDBITE

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Thousands rally in Pakistan over Kashmir after PM Khan calls for nationwide demos | AFP

Pakistanis rally in Islamabad after Prime Minister Imran Khan calls for mass demonstrations against New Delhi’s actions in Indian-administered Kashmir.

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Pakistan Wants The World To Do Something About India And Kashmir

Muneeb Ur Rehman was at home with his family when a mortar shell hit the house and killed him.

“He was hit in the head once, and one shell piece hit his leg. There was huge bloodshed, so much blood just flowing inside the house,” said Nazakath Ali Khan, Muneeb’s cousin.

Battal lies on the Pakistani side of the so-called Line of Control, a de facto border that splits the disputed region of Kashmir with Pakistan controlling one side and India controlling the other.

Islamabad and Delhi both claim Kashmir in full, but since the 1949 U.N.-brokered ceasefire, they control only parts of it — territories recognized internationally as Indian-administered Kashmir and Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

The two countries are on the verge of war over Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s move earlier this month to revoke Article 370, a constitutional provision that had granted special status to the region of Kashmir that it controls.

Khan told VICE News that since Modi’s move on Aug. 5, there’s been an upsurge in violence.

“It has become routine here — people dying here day by day. You can find there is more bombardment from India, there are more fighters, there’s more targeted killings from the Indian side,” Khan said.

To try to stifle any violent reaction, India has put the region it controls on lockdown. The military patrols the streets, and the internet has been blacked out. It’s the only Muslim-majority state in India, leading many in Pakistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir to believe Modi’s move is motivated by extreme Hindu nationalism.

The situation has become serious enough that the United Nations Security Council met on Aug. 16 to discuss the crisis, the first time it met formally to discuss Kashmir since 1971.

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The Shut Down Continues: The March on Islamabad (Dispatch 5)

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As the Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar continues to rock Pakistan, VICE News filmed the final days of opposition leader Imran Khan’s continuing struggle against the government.

As the leader of the country’s opposition Tehreek-e-Insaf party (PTI), Khan had called for a series of demonstrations and city-wide shut downs to protest against the legitimacy of the 2013 election of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Having previously rallied in the industrial city of Faisalabad on December 8, his next target was Karachi, leading up to a proposed nationwide shutdown that was called for on December 18 and which, due to recent events, has been abandoned.

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After more than 100 days of ongoing protests in Pakistan, Imran Khan, the leader of the country’s opposition Tehreek-e-Insaf party (PTI), has called on his supporters to “shut down” every major city. Khan promises to have the country on lockdown by December 18 in an effort to force Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office unless his government allows an independent commission to audit the 2013 election results, which Khan insists are fraudulent.

VICE News was at a recent PTI protest in Faisalabad, a major industrial center, as tensions escalated and clashes broke out between Khan’s followers and pro-government supporters.

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“Dutch duo Oskilator brings their unique brand of funk to the Caliber fold. Via their ‘Bass Invaders’ EP , Oskilator serves up 3 diverse explorations of their production, each with its own signature quirk. Introducing the release, ‘Khan’ keeps the energy chill, in strut tempo territory. This production is a grab-bag of disjointed and carefully manipulated samples, brought together with a mutating bassline and a lazy-afternoon beat. ‘Bass Invaders’ takes an energetic, upbeat approach, with fragmented beeps and blips bouncing atop a growling low-end foundation. Finishing it off, disconnected mid tempo drums in ‘Alloy’ collide relentlessly, held together with putty-like bass before shining synth leads elevate the mood. Oskilator throws down three interpretations of their emerging style and sound.”

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