With the current tension prevailing in India and Pakistan, the world has its own bit to what's happening here.
In order to keep the whole world updated, this is how international media is dealing with the present scenario.
1. Gulf News
The US calls for restraint after long-standing rivals India and Pakistan launched airstrikes against each other for the first time since 1971, raising fears of an escalating conflict between the two nuclear powers https://t.co/hp3WLFVbi0 pic.twitter.com/DGqBScm18V— CNN International (@cnni) February 28, 2019
U.S. urges India and Pakistan to refrain from further military action to de-escalate tensions https://t.co/fIpebHSae7— Bloomberg (@business) February 28, 2019
4. The New York Times
5. The Washington Post
Opinion: India has made its point in Pakistan. Time to let the diplomats do the hard talk. https://t.co/73UKl1BpaW— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) February 28, 2019
6. Al Jazeera
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan calls for de-escalation after Islamabad says it shot down two Indian fighters jets that entered its airspace.— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) February 28, 2019
Latest updates on India-Pakistan tensions: https://t.co/FqXh1dsP1D pic.twitter.com/HqeAZvgZnN
7. The Guardian
India-Pakistan crisis: a visual guide to the Kashmir tensions https://t.co/U6JydjfnVL— Guardian news (@guardiannews) February 27, 2019
8. The Independent
Locals flee homes as India and Pakistan exchange gunfire in Kashmir – follow live updates https://t.co/OODEUPmUhm— The Independent (@Independent) February 28, 2019
9. Global News
For many Kashmiri immigrants, a rapidly escalating conflict over the disputed region raises fresh concern about the safety of loved ones back home and stirs up old memories of past wars.https://t.co/PPKxYtPQ4r— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) February 28, 2019
Video showing the pilot - blindfolded and with blood on his face - was described by India as a "vulgar display of an injured personnel".https://t.co/6Hnd2rlWQs— BBC News India (@BBCIndia) February 28, 2019
While many countries have extended support to India in the wake of the attack, both the countries are facing international pressure to de-esclalate.