At least 12 Indian soldiers killed in border clashes with China
NEW DELHI / SRINAGAR (Reuters) - At least 12 Indian soldiers were killed in clashes with Chinese troops on Monday at a controversial border between the two countries, three Indian government sources said Tuesday.
The Indian army said in a statement Tuesday earlier that one of its officers and two soldiers were killed in a "violent clash" at the controversial border with China.
China and India exchanged allegations of who was responsible for the struggle in the Ladakh region in the western Himalayas.
(Reporting by Devjyot Ghoshal in New Delhi and Fayaz Bukhari in Srinagar; editing by Catherine Evans)
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