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Families mourn at funeral for Indian soldiers killed in China border clash

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Families of Indian soldiers who were killed during the clashes at the India-China border mourn as they perform the last funeral rites. The violent brawl on Monday at the disputed Himalayan border left at least 20 Indian soldiers dead.

Added on the 19/06/2020 03:59:21 - Copyright : AFP EN

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