India—Operation Sunrise 2 Targets Militants Along Border With Burma

Press Trust India | 06/18/2019

India and Burma have conducted a joint operation to crack down on various militant groups operating along their 1,000-mile (1,600-km) border, reports the Press Trust of India.  Operation Sunrise 2 kicked off on May 16 in Manipur, Nagaland and Assam states, the agency reported on Sunday.  During the three-week operation, Burmese and Indian soldiers, as well Indian paramilitaries from the Assam Rifles, worked together to eliminate militant camps belonging to such groups as the Kamtapur...
 

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