Attack is the first of its kind since the countries went to war in 1971

An Indian minister has said that air force jets have struck “terror camps” across the ceasefire line in Kashmir, the first aerial bombing over the disputed border since the country went to war with Pakistan in 1971.

The early morning operation, which the Pakistanis say caused no casualties or damage, comes amid the highest tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours in years, after a suicide attack on a paramilitary convoy that killed at least 40 security personnel earlier this month.

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