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10 March 2019 Military News

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  • US, France, UK in talks to prolong Syria presence: Bolton Press TV 10 Mar 2019 -- US National Security Adviser John Bolton says he has discussed a long-term military presence in Syria with his British and French counterparts, despite an order by President Donald Trump to evacuate American troops from the Arab country.
  • Afghan Forces Kill Over 60 Taliban Militants Over Past 24 Hours - Reports Sputnik 10 Mar 2019 -- Over 60 militants of the Taliban radical movement in Afghanistan were killed as a result of special operations and airstrikes performed by US-supported Afghan forces across the country over the past 24 hours, local media reported, citing military sources.

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  • Russian Ship Test Weapon That Renders Enemy Targeting Systems Useless Sputnik 10 Mar 2019 -- The weapon system, developed by the Russian company Rostec, was recently spotted on the Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov by British media as it approached a Royal Air Force base. The Times described the weapon as being able to make opposing soldiers vomit, but its effective range is much greater.
  • Saudi tanker agrees to pay full damages to Taiwan Navy CNA 10 Mar 2019 -- A foreign oil and chemical tanker that accidentally collided with Taiwan navy vessel Ning Yang (FF-938) on March 9, signed a document promising to pay full compensation for damages caused, a source familiar with the matter said Sunday.
  • India Asks US to Probe Pak's Alleged Breach of F-16 Deal Amid Escalated Tensions Sputnik 10 Mar 2019 -- Pakistan has consistenly rejected accusations by New Delhi that it had violated an F-16 sale agreement with the United States, having allegedly deployed US-made fighter jets to shoot down an Indian warplane last month.
  • Erdogan says US angered by Turkey's independence Press TV 10 Mar 2019 -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the United States is pressuring Turkey to cancel an arms agreement with Russia because Washington is angered by Ankara's independence.

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