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How Taliban Turned Arms Dealers For Terrorists; Fancy NATO Weapons Replace Kalashnikovs

The America's botched exit from Afghanistan has put the world, including the South Asia, at a greater risk. Two years later, these vast quantities of leftover American weapons are being sold to the highest bidding terrorists. For sale in these ad hoc weapon bazaars are U.S.-made automatic assault rifles and handguns, rockets and bomb, shoulder-fired grenade launchers, night vision goggles, sniper rifles and tonnes of ammunition. These weapons are making their way into the hands of terrorists into Pakistan, Gaza strip, and according to some reports even into Jammu and Kashmir. Aditi Prasad explains the threat posed by Taliban's illicit arms trade to India and the world in this episode of World@War.

 
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