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India, China troops withdraw from conflicted border area

By DW
23 February 2021   |   10:58 am
Troops from Indian and Chinese sides withdrew from the Pangong Lake area at the Himalayan border between the two countries. A joint statement said both sides would continue to work on resolving remaining issues.

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