Worries grow among residents on Pakistan-Afghanistan border due to armed clashes

Pakistanis living along the border with Afghanistan are hoping for peace to return in the area after security forces of the two neighboring countries clashed Thursday in southwest Pakistan's Chaman City, which left at least one dead and 15 others injured. 
Pakistan and Afghanistan share a 2,600-kilometer boundary line, along which clashes have occurred occasionally. Despite this hostility, Pakistan reopened the Chaman crossing on Friday for trade and people's travel.

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