Pakistan to India: ‘There Will Be Bloodshed’

Prime Minister Khan of Pakistan at the Sept. 24 world leaders’ luncheon, during the UN General Assembly week of high-level speeches. While Khan slipped quietly to his table at the lunch, his nemesis, Prime Minister Modi of India, worked the room. EUROPANEWSWIRE/UNCA POOL
Prime Minister Modi was one of the first guests to arrive at the annual UN lunch gathering, taking a long route to his table to avoid Prime Minister Khan, who sat not far away. EUROPANEWSWIRE/UNCA POOL

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