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File:Kashmir Region November 2019.jpg

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Description
A map of the disputed region created by the US Central Intelligence Agency and hosted by the University of Texas-Austin Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection; altered to show new jurisdictions,[1][2][3][4] by Fowler&fowler (talk) 06:29, 14 November 2019 (UTC)
Date
Source Map of Kashmir region created by the US Central Intelligence Agency, 2004; altered by Fowler&fowler (talk) 06:29, 14 November 2019 (UTC)
Author US Central Intelligence Agency
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Original 2004 version
2020 version with circled skirmish locations

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  1. India Revokes Kashmir’s Special Status, Raising Fears of Unrest[1], New York Times, 5 August 2019
  2. Regan, Helen (31 October 2019) India downgrades Kashmir's status and takes greater control over contested region[2], CNN
  3. Ellis-Peterson, Hannah (31 October 2019) India strips Kashmir of special status and divides it in two[3], Guardian
  4. State No More: India Formally Ends Statehood for Jammu and Kashmir[4], Diplomat, 31 October 2019

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A map of the disputed Kashmir region created by the US Central Intelligence Agency and hosted by the University of Texas-Austin Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection; altered to show new jurisdictions by Fowler&fowler

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