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ISLAMABAD – Marshall Sohail Aman’s warning came after 12 civilians and three soldiers were killed by Indian firing across the Kashmir border known as the line of control. There have been numerous incidents over the past few weeks sparking fears that tensions between the two nuclear rivals may escalate into a full scale war. More than 70,000 people have been killed in Indian-occupied Kashmir since a resistance began in 1989. India blames Pakistan for instigating the trouble. The latest bout of violence started after the killing of popular separatist leader Burhan Wani by Indian forces.