The shock and anger in India after the worst attack on the Chinese border in decades | world news


India reacted with shock and caution to the worse, the loss of life on its border with China in the 1960s, with largely silent senior leaders on hand-to-hand clashes from a distance, inhospitable to the Himalayan territory in which at least 20 Indian soldiers died.Beijing also offered little information about the violence, but state media appeared to recognize on Tuesday that it had also trained Chinese victims.

A day after reports of the first homicides in the disputed area emerged, Indians, new exits began to name a few of the dead and a clearer picture began construction of what happened on Monday evening on the steep high ridge lines above the rapid flow of the Galwan River in the western Himalayas.


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