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Report: US helped India with China border clash

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WASHINGTON D.C. (Diya TV) – According to the outlet US News, sources say India was able to repel a Chinese military incursion in contested border territory in the high Himalayas late last year due to unprecedented intelligence-sharing with the U.S. military. It caught China off-guard, enraged Beijing and appears to have forced the Chinese Communist Party to reconsider its approach to land grabs along its borders.

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Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.

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