India To Expel Half Of Pakistani Embassy Staff Over Alleged Spying.

India says it has decided to expel half the staff in Pakistan's Embassy in New Delhi, saying they have been engaged in "acts of espionage" and maintained contacts with "terrorist organizations."

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