Afghan, Pakistani forces clash near disputed border

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN: An Afghan official says Pakistani forces have crossed into eastern Afghanistan and clashed with Afghan troops.

Col. Abdul Hanan, the performing provincial police leader in the eastern Khost province, says the fighting broke out early Sunday and remains to be underway. He used to be no longer immediately ready to confirm reports of casualties.


The two international locations are separated through the two,400-kilometer (1,500-mile) Durand Line, which used to be drawn through British rulers in 1896. Kabul does no longer acknowledge it as an international border and has objected to new fortifications being built through Pakistan.


The two US allies robotically accuse each different of failing to crack down on militants who perform along the porous border.


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