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India, Nepal agree to resolve border issues

India and Nepal on Sunday agreed to set up a high-level bilateral mechanism to resolve the border issues between the two neighbours. The move to set up the bilateral mechanism was decided during the meeting between visiting Indian Foreign Secretary Shivashanker Menon and the new Nepalese Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal, at which they also reflected on the current political situation in the country.

Menon, making his second visit to Nepal in the last four months, also extended an invitation to the Prime Minister to visit India, dates for which are being worked out. By setting up a bilateral mechanism on border issues, the two countries hope to take out the sting from a campaign being run by the former ruling Maoists party, which has alleged that India has encroached upon Nepalese territories in Dang district.

Earlier, on his arrival, Mr Menon faced protests at the Kathmandu airport by youths alleging India had occupied Nepal’s territory. Nepal police said about seven to eight young men, seemingly students, tried to show the visiting envoy black flags as he alighted at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. However, police broke up the protest and arrested four of the protesters. “It is a non-political protest,” the Gaushala police station incharge told.

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Troops to undergo new training, says US

The United States will order all its troops in Afghanistan to undergo new training after concluding that pilots violated orders in air strikes last month that it accepts may have killed as many as 86 civilians.

In a long awaited report, released six weeks after U.S. B1 bombers killed lareg number of civilians unleashing fury among Afghans, the Pentagon acknowledged that rules had not been followed, although it said the mistakes fell short of breaking the law. The bombings took place on May 4 in Western Afghanistan after a day-long battle that saw Afghan security forces ambushed by Taliban fighters and U.S. Marines come to their aid.

After nightfall, B1 bombers observed groups of people moving into two houses and a mosque. Pilots concluded they were fighters and bombed the buildings. However, the report said pilots broke guidelines by striking without checking whether civilians were in the buildings. The strikes, “while complying with the law of armed conflict diod not adhere to all of the specific guidance and Commander’s Intent contained in the controlling directive. Not applying all of that guidance likely resulted in civilian casualities” it said.

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