Kashmir villages 'destroyed' by Pakistan army shelling

The villagers of Jora Farm have had to flee their homes and move to a makeshift camp, claiming that Pakistani bombardment has destroyed their village near the Kashmir Line of Control.

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    People living in the village of Jora Farm in Indian-administered Kashmir say their homes have been destroyed by shells fired by the Pakistani army over the last three weeks.

    It has forced over a hundred people to leave their village and seek refuge in a makeshift camp.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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