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The US Air Force along with NATO launched an air strike against Taliban militants in Afghanistan. The operation’s command reported that one of the missiles failed to hit the target. It inflicted civilian casualties, which was soon confirmed by Kabul.
After three decades of conflict, many young Afghans have only ever known war. But for the first time since its inception, The Afghan National Army has recruited a new breed of soldiers for a year of rigorous training at the new Afghan National Army Officer Academy modeled on the British Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. NATO TV meets three of tomorrow’s leaders and finds out what motivates them to fight for their country. Video by Lalage Snow | Natochannel
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to convey to US President Donald Trump that India is ready to commit more military hardware to combat the terror threat in Afghanistan.
The escalating offensive by the resurgent Taliban and other terror networks in Afghanistan will figure prominently in Modi’s maiden meeting with Trump at White House on June 26.
While the US administration is contemplating deploying additional troops in Afghanistan, Modi is likely to convey to Trump that India is also ready to step up its support to the Afghan National Defence and Security Force (ANDSF) to combat terror, sources in New Delhi told DH.
India does not plan to send soldiers to Afghanistan, but it is ready to provide more helicopters, armoured vehicles and other military hardware to the ANSDF.
India is also likely to train more personnel from the Afghan National Army and Afghan Air Force at facilities in India.
A series of attacks by the Taliban and other terror groups across Afghanistan earlier this month resulted in death of about 200 people, prompting the US to start contemplating raising the number of troops that are deployed there.
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Modi will also make it clear to Trump that it will be difficult to defeat terror in Afghanistan as long as the terrorist outfits get safe havens and sanctuaries in Pakistan.
US officials have conveyed to India that the Trump Administration’s new policy on Afghanistan would have more emphasis on a “regional approach” and that Washington would welcome India playing a more proactive role in supporting “efforts to stabilise” the conflict-ravaged country, said sources aware of recent India-US talks on Afghanistan.
Modi is likely to convey to Trump that New Delhi is in discussion with Afghanistan to work out a long-term plan to augment India’s support to the ANDSF and “a comprehensive joint mechanism” to combat terror.
Royal Marines: Mission Afghanistan – Dogs of War
The men of L Company risk getting blown up every day by IEDs. The area they patrol is riddled with them and four Marines have been killed in less than three months. So four-year-old springer spaniel Memphis is brought in to help. With his super-sensitive nose Memphis has a knack of sniffing out IEDs and should save a lot of lives and limbs.
Afghanistan Asks India For Speedy Development Of Iranian Port.
Afghanistan’s foreign minister asked India on Monday to expedite development of a strategic port in Iran to bolster a trade route for land-locked Central Asian countries that would bypass Pakistan.
The port would allow India to transport goods to Afghanistan by sea. Pakistan currently does not allow India to transport through its territory to Afghanistan.
Last year, India committed up to $500 million for the development of the Chabahar port along with associated roads and rail lines.
Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Sw@raj responded that India would speed up the port development and begin supplying wheat to Afghanistan within weeks through Chabahar.
Located in southeastern Iran, Chabahar Port serves as Iran’s only oceanic port and consists of two separate ports named Shahid Kalantari and Shahid Beheshti.
In his new Afghanistan strategy unveiled last month, US President Donald Trump asked India to do more to help Afghanistan’s development. Mr Trump also called for India’s role in bringing stability to the w@r-torn country.
Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani also asked India to expand an air freight corridor introduced between the two countries in June to provide greater access for Afghan goods to the Indian market.
Ms Sw@raj, who hosted Mr Rabbani in New Delhi, told reporters that India and Afghanistan jointly agreed to embark on a “new development partnership” in keeping with Afghanistan’s priorities.
She said more than 100 new development projects would be implemented jointly.
She said India would assist in a drinking water supply project for Kabul, low-cost housing for returning refugees, a water supply network for Charikar city, and a polyclinic in Mazar-e-Sharif.
India will also help Afghanistan build human resource capacities and sk!lls, especially in education, health, agriculture, energy, administration and resource management, Ms Sw@raj said.
The Afghan foreign minister said the two countries reaffirmed their resolve to strengthen their security and defence cooperation, but did not give any details.
India already has donated three multirole Mi-35 helicopters to Afghanistan, and trains Afghan security forces and police personnel.
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