China blames India for border clash, urges stability
Jun 24, 2020
China has again accused India of provoking a border clash earlier this month that left at least 20 soldiers dead, but is urging New Delhi to “meet China half way" in restoring peace and stability along the disputed frontier high in the Himalayas
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