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India, China yet to resolve border troubles a year after clashes

On June 15 last year, 20 Indian and four Chinese soldiers were killed in clashes that erupted in the Galwan Valley. PHOTO: AFP PHOTO / CHINA CENTRAL TELEVISION (CCTV)
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NEW DELHI - A year ago, Chinese and Indian troops clashed in the most primitive manner, altering the relationship between the two countries.

The dispute, which later spread to other parts of the border, has yet to be resolved, with tensions still running high.

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