Pakistan Arrests Indian Chopper Crew

    FORWARD OPERATING BASE BOSTICK, AFGHANISTAN - SEPTEMBER 04:  A U.S. Army helicopter flies over Forward Operating Base Bostick on Sept. 4, 2011 in the Kunar Province of northeastern Afghanistan. The area, a major infiltration route for Taliban fighters coming from Pakistan, has seen some of the heaviest fighting of the Afghan war.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

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    An international dispute has begun between two historically bitter rivals. Pakistan has arrested the four-member crew of an Indian military helicopter after forcing it to land Sunday near the northeastern city of Skardu, close to the border of the disputed Kashmir region, administered by India. The Pakistan Army said the chopper had violated the nation's airspace. Authorities did not say what the Army plans to do with them.

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