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Fishermen Face Brunt of India Pakistan Tensions

For fishermen in Pakistan's southern port of Karachi, seeking the biggest catches means routinely risking jail time. That's because the best fishing grounds in this part of the Indian Ocean lie between India and Pakistan — South Asian rivals that often are at loggerheads. Last week, Pakistan released nearly 90 Indians, mostly fishermen, back to their country. But hundreds of Indian and Pakistani fishermen still languish in jails on both sides, charged with illegally crossing the...

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