India says withdrawing eight diplomats from Pakistan

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India said on Wednesday it would withdraw eight of its diplomats from Pakistan after they were identified in local media reports, in a further deterioration in ties between the nuclear-armed South Asian neighbours.
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