India, China Trade Accusations Over Firing of Shots at Disputed Border


NEW DELHI—The Indian and Chinese militaries accused each other of firing warning shots in what would be the first use of guns along their disputed border in decades.

The gunfire occurred as both sides prepared to hold their positions through the harsh Himalayan winter, which begins in the next few weeks and usually sends military activity into a monthslong deep freeze. Sky-high tensions are likely to make this year different, say experts and security officials.

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