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    The village that lost its country

    Travel news Jul 31, 2019 at 11:44
    The village that lost its country

    The village that lost its country

    Turtuk was part of Pakistan until 1971, when the Indian army occupied the village during a border war along the Line of Control and never gave it back.

    The village that lost its country
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    The village that lost its country
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    The village that lost its country
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    The village that lost its country
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    The village that lost its country
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    The village that lost its country
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    The village that lost its country
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    The village that lost its country
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