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Newsademic Issue 360 Front Cover Kashmir’s special status ends

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The mountainous region of Kashmir is divided between India and Pakistan. In the past, the two nuclear-armed nations’ disagreements over this part of the world have led to several wars and stand-offs. The Indian parliament has revoked, or withdrawn, Article 370. In the latest issue, we explain where this article originated, what it is and why its revoking has done nothing to diminish the tensions in the disputed mountain region.


Also in this issue:

  • Goliath frog behaviour*
  • New president in Guatemala*
  • Chernobyl’s Atomic Vodka
  • Plate tectonics study*
  • ‘Snow White’ gravestone recovered*
  • Sunken city temple discovered
  • Day of lizards*
  • Spanish Steps ban enforced
  • Income tax ‘brain drain’ reverse*
  • Water bears on the Moon*
  • Around-the-world Silver Spitfire

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