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Taliban faces leadership crisis post Mansour's death

Afghan Taliban confirm leaders' visit to Pakistan

Mullah Baradar, the former second-in-command in the Taliban hierarchy, was arrested in Karachi in 2010. He also said Aghan Taliban were not being sheltered in Pakistan, as Ghani claimed in his speech on Monday, while Dawn online on Tuesday ... Equilibrio Informativo, 4 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistan role in Afghan peace process positive

It is now claimed by the Taliban office in Qatar that the delegation had come to seek the release of Mullah Baradar and other Taliban leaders from Pakistan's jails. He went on to assert that Pakistani authorities can not discuss with a "terrorist ...
 Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago April 30, 2016  Daily Outlook3 weeks ago Taliban Delegation in Pakistan to Negotiate Top Leader's Release  Latin American Herald Tribune4 weeks ago Delegation in Pakistan to discuss refugees, release of prisoners: Afghan Taliban  The Express Tribune4 weeks ago
One India

Mullah Haibatullah: Why has Taliban chosen a scholar over a warrior?

New Delhi, May 26: The decision by the Taliban to chose Mullah Haibatullah Akhunzada a religious leader over a warrior to head the outfit was quite a surprising move. Many believed that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar one of the co-founders of the Taliban would be ...
 One India11 hours ago
Pakistan Observer

Taliban Names Cleric, Not Soldier, As Leader

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The recently named Taliban emir, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada, has been described as an extremist religious cleric, rather than a soldier. Akhundzada is not known for his prowess on the battlefield, having ...
 Breitbart.com12 hours ago A scholar, not a soldier  Pakistan Observer15 hours ago Who is new Taliban Chief Haibatullah Akhundzada?  The News Tribe1 day ago New Taliban leader Akhundzada a religious scholar, not a soldier  Hindustan Times1 day ago

Afghan Taliban struggle to pick Mansour's successor

KABUL:The Afghan Taliban are struggling to find a successor to slain chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour, militant sources told AFP Tuesday, with one saying the two main contenders have backed out of the leadership race. Mullah Yakoub, the son of Taliban ...
 The News Tribe1 day ago Following Mullah Akhtar Mansour's death, Taliban struggle to select successor  Firstpost.com2 days ago Afghan Taliban struggle to select Mansour's successor  Breitbart.com2 days ago Taliban shura ponders over names for new emir  ARY News.tv3 days ago

Afghan Taliban meet on succession as Obama confirms Mansour's death

In fact, this whole episode is eerily reminiscent of the raid in Abbottabad by the USA forces in 2011, which resulted in the capture of the al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden. Navy Captain Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, said the attack against ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago who will succeed?  Oman Observer2 days ago Death of Taliban leader Mansour-what happens next?  ARY News.tv3 days ago Death of Taliban chief Mansour - what happens next?  New Indian Express3 days ago

Who Will Lead the Taliban Now?

Mullah Akhtar Mansoor was formally named leader of the Taliban in July 2015, shortly after the militant group disclosed that founder Mullah Omar had died two years prior. The Afghan government said Mansoor was the de facto leader of the Taliban ...
 GlobalSecurity.org3 days ago Reported Killing of Afghan Taliban Leader Leaves No Clear Successor  MauritaniaVox.com4 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Mansour strike throws Pak-US ties on razor edge

ISLAMABAD - Complicated ties between Pakistan and the United States could be on course to become nasty after the Osama Bin Laden-styled US strike deep inside Pakistan over the weekend to kill Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour. US ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 days ago
Daily Times

Prospects of Taliban peace talks dim as front lines shift

ISLAMABAD Prospects of jumpstarting peace talks with the Taliban are becoming increasingly dim amid recent battlefield gains by the insurgents in Afghanistan, an embattled government in Kabul and growing suspicions of Pakistan's good intentions in ...
 Daily Times2 months ago Afghan-Taliban peace talks: Growing control of the insurgents dim prospects of negotiations  Firstpost.com2 months ago
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