the News agency Reuters has taken some of the satellite images from the San Francisco-based company Planet Labs Inc. In the pictures, which is very detailed and shows all the objects larger than 70 centimeters, you can see six buildings, which looks unharmed. International experts with many years of experience to assess satellite imagery said to Reuters that there are no traces of bomskador. Comparisons with previous satellite images show no difference.
as India for the first time in nearly 50 years, conducted an air raid against targets inside Pakistan. The attack was a response to a suicide attack a few weeks earlier that killed 46 soldiers in the indian portion of Kashmir.
the Indian politicians have claimed that the attack destroyed a training facility that belongs to the jihadistgruppen Jaish-e-Mohammad, who has taken on självmordsattentatet. 250-350 terrorists was reported to have been killed, including several of high rank. The military has said that the important enlightenment is that the bombs hit their targets, not how many killed or injured.
it has not been possible to confirm, and the inhabitants on the pakistani side of the truce have said to media that the bombs dropped over the field. A farmer says to The Guardian, that the bombs left four large holes in the ground and that the two doors on his house were blown out by the blast. A few other injuries, he has not seen.
Pakistan's version of the event is that it own air force chased away the indian plan, which released their bombs in a hurry before they flew back across the border.
After last week's escalation between the nuclear powers India and Pakistan in divided Kashmir, the situation has now calmed down. The countries have previously fought three full-scale wars against each other.
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