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Chinese state broadcaster releases footage of deadly clash with Indian troops

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China’s state TV has released footage for the first time showing a deadly brawl between Chinese and Indian troops along the fiercely-disputed border between the two countries. The clash happened in June 2020 in the Galwan Valley of the Himalayas. At the time, India announced that 20 of its soldiers had been killed. Only now has China admitted four of its soldiers also died.