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12:00 AM, June 25, 2008 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, June 25, 2008

Indo-Pak officials begin anti-terror talks

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Pakistani and Indian officials held counter-terrorism talks in Islamabad yesterday, the foreign ministry said, in the latest step of a slow-moving peace process between the nuclear rivals.
It was the third meeting of a joint anti-terror panel since it was formed by the two countries in 2006 after train bombings in India's financial capital Mumbai killed 186 people in July of that year.
"Both sides shared fresh information on terrorist incidents," the ministry said in a statement after the talks, without going into further detail.
"They agreed to continue to work to identify counter-terrorism measures, assist in investigations through exchange of specific information and for preventing violence and terrorist acts," it added.
The talks were held ahead of Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi's visit to India starting June 27.

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