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Taliban dissidents launch parallel council
Deccan Chronicle

Taliban dissidents launch parallel council amid rift: Media re...

ISLAMABAD: Amid a widening rift over succession following Mullah Omar's death, senior Taliban leaders opposed to Mullah Akhtar Mansour's nomination as the group's supremo have launched a parallel council, according to a media report. The senior ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
Pakistan Today

Profile: Mullah Akhtar Mansoor

As it was with his predecessor Mullah Mohamed Omar, little is known about the new leader of the Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor. Those who have met him describe him as soft-spoken and reclusive. But Mullah Mansoor has been part of the Taliban's core ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 day ago After Mullah Omar  Pakistan Today1 day ago Fissures emerge: Mullah Omar's family rejects new Taliban supremo  The Express Tribune2 days ago Omar\\'s family, others oppose Mansoor appointment  Frontier Post3 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

'It is all calculated ISI game'

Death Of Mullah Omar And Election Of New Emir Says Afghan ex-intel chief as reports of Taliban infighting emerges The Taliban named Mullah Akhtar Mansour as their new chief, a historic power transition that raises hopes a more ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star4 days ago Taliban Fast Facts  WXOK-AM6 days ago Afghanistan claims Taliban leader has died  MSNBC6 days ago Taliban Chief Mullah Omar Is Dead: Afghan Official  NBCNews.com6 days ago
DAWN Group

Focus shifts to succession as Taliban admit Omar is dead

ISLAMABAD: Putting to rest controversies over the death of their chief Mullah Omar, Taliban formally confirmed on Thursday his death but insisted that he had never gone out of Afghanistan since the 2001 US-led invasion. Furthermore, the Taliban's ...
 DAWN Group5 days ago

Militants kidnap six passengers in Farah province

, 11:14 am The anti-government armed militants have abducted at least six passengers in western Farah province of Afghanistan. According to local government officials, the incident took place earlier this morning on Farah-Herat highway. The ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago Gunmen kidnap six civilians in western Afghanistan  Iran Daily1 week ago

Turkistan Islamic Party in Syria conducted suicide bombings at Jisr al Shughur

One of two suicide bombers shown in a propaganda video released by the Turkistan Islamic Party The Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP), an al Qaeda-affiliated Uighur jihadist group, recently publicized the use of two suicide bombers during the large ...
 The Long War Journal1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Mullah Omar backs Afghanistan peace talks

ISLAMABAD (NNI): Supreme leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Mohammad Umar, on Wednesday endorsed political role of his armed movement in his traditional Eid message, just days after senior Taliban leaders held first and direct talks with Afghan ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago Latest peace talks create rifts among Taliban ranks  Frontier Post2 weeks ago Peace talks to be adopted while continuing Jihad: Mullah ...  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Mullah Omar endorses political endeavours and peaceful pathways  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Taliban Shadow Governor Killed

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 Sar-e-Pul (BNA) Taliban shadow governor for Sayad district, Sar-e-Pul province killed in an operation conducted by security forces yesterday. Naqibullah Sadat head of Sar-e-Pul security directorate told BNA, ...
 Bakhtar News Agency1 month ago
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