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Pakistan's Khan and Trump meet, haunted by different conflicts

Kashmir and possible US exit from Afghanistan dominate talks in New York

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, left, and U.S. President Donald Trump meet on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Sept. 23.   © Reuters

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and U.S. President Donald Trump were both looking for some help when they sat down for a meeting in New York on Monday.

Khan's visit to the U.S. and his planned speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Friday focus on drumming up international support against India, which last month revoked predominantly Muslim Kashmir's special autonomous status.

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