Kashmir: Deadly shelling between India and Pakistan hits villages

Civilians in Kashmir assess the damage after deadly cross-border shelling between India and Pakistan.

Villagers in Neelum Valley in Pakistan-administered Kashmir examine the remains of their homes and bury the dead after fierce cross-border fighting between India and Pakistan.

At least 15 people including soldiers and civilians were killed on both sides amid the shelling on Friday.

Dozens were wounded.

Both countries accused each other of launching unprovoked attacks across the line of control (LoC) that divides the disputed Kashmir region.

On Saturday, Pakistan said it was giving the UN evidence that India was sponsoring rebel groups on Pakistani soil.

This video was edited by Al Jazeera Newsfeed’s Hassan Ghani.