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Indian-Chinese clash, from above

Jason Norwood-Young
Jason Norwood-Young

We live in a weird new world where we can watch the build-up to national military confrontations via satellite. The limited details of the clash between Chinese and Indian forces at Galwan Valley on 15 June, which left 20 Indians and an unknown number of Chinese soldiers dead, was fought with batons and rocks, as firearms and explosives are banned in the area. Reuters has discovered a great deal of activity in the valley before the clash, which you can explore here. The BBC’s version also includes a slider.

Jason Norwood-Young
  • Journalist, developer, community builder, newsletter creator and international man of mystery, Jason was one of the first South Africans to really grasp the importance of data in the newsroom and has remained one step ahead of the trends in the field all the way. Even Naked Data was conceived before email newsletters were cool again. But what does that tell you about the measure of the man? Nothing, that's what. He hides the superman CV behind a truly mild-mannered and overly modest persona and is best described as "one of the nicest guys in the business". When he's angry, it is righteously so, and his anger always wears velvet mittens. The true signs of his genius include the ability to create multilingual puns on demand (witness the alternative Naked Data strap "Putting the heita in to data") and the fact that he offered me a job. (AO)

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