Borders in the western Himalayas have long been disputed by India, China, and Pakistan. Fighting recently broke out between Chinese and Indian troops in Ladakh's Galway Valley, with at least 20 Indian soldiers killed, several reportedly beaten to death. This map from the BBC shows the Galwan Valley, which was also the site of a 1962 India-China conflict, within the broader, geopolitically complex region.
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