A video released by Chinese state media is turning heads for all the wrong reasons.
The Xinhua News Agency, China's official press agency, on Wednesday released a video accusing India of committing several "sins."
The video features a man dressed in a turban and a fake beard, speaking in a supposed "Indian" accent.
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The video, titled "7 Sins of India", comes amid months of increasing tensions between China and India over a border dispute, which has become known as the Doklam standoff.
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