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Taliban faces leadership crisis post Mansour's death
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Taliban chief Mullah Mansour killed in US drone strike, succes...

Though Mansour appeared in favour of the peace talks with the Kabul government, after becoming the Taliban chief he didn't take part in the negotiations. The Taliban has gained ground in both Afghanishtan and Pakistan . The Afghan Taliban on ... Tehelka, 1 month ago
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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.com1 month ago A scholar, not a soldier  Pakistan Observer1 month ago Who is new Taliban Chief Haibatullah Akhundzada?  The News Tribe1 month ago New Taliban leader Akhundzada a religious scholar, not a soldier  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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Digital Journal

who will succeed?

President Barack Obama confirmed on Monday that a US drone strike in southwest Pakistan had killed Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour, heralding a new chapter in the Afghan insurgency which had grown fiercer under him. Who will succeed him? ...
 Oman Observer1 month ago Death of Taliban chief Mansour - what happens next?  New Indian Express1 month ago Obama Says Mansour's Death a Milestone for Peace as Taliban Officials Decide on Successor  Asharq Al Awsat1 month ago Death of Taliban chief Mansour: what happens next?  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago
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Asia Times Online

Afghan Taliban to step up fight against Kabul under new amir

Asia Times News & Features, South Asia ISLAMABADEven though the selection of Mullah Akhtar Mansour as the Taliban amir after the death of Mullah Mohammad Omar had caused deep frictions in the Taliban ranks, they have moved swiftly this time to ...
 Asia Times Online1 month ago Afghan Taliban struggle to pick Mansour's successor  The News Tribe1 month ago Following Mullah Akhtar Mansour's death, Taliban struggle to select successor  Firstpost.com1 month ago Afghan Taliban struggle to select Mansour's successor  Breitbart.com1 month ago
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Daily Outlook

Mullah Mansoor is dead

On May 21, the US announced it had killed Afghan Taliban emir Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansoor in a US drone strike on Pakistani soil. As the supreme council of the group sat down to choose a new leader, the situation was seen as an embarrassment for ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago May 24, 2016 by Ahmad Shah Karimi Afghan Peace Process After Mullah Mansoor!  Daily Outlook1 month ago Taliban shura ponders over names for new emir  ARY News.tv1 month ago With its marriage to the Taliban and its extramarital affair with the US, Pakistan is playing with fire  The Express Tribune1 month 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 India1 month ago
MauritaniaVox.com

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.org1 month ago Reported Killing of Afghan Taliban Leader Leaves No Clear Successor  MauritaniaVox.com1 month ago

5 years later: Saleem Shahzad's unsolved murder further weakens press freedom in Pakistan

ISLAMABADFive years down the road since the May 2011 brutal killing of Pakistani journalist Syed Saleem Shahzad, who was Islamabad Bureau Chief of Asia Times, nothing seems to have changed for Pakistan's media which continues to face multiple ...
 Asia Times Online1 month 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 Pakistan1 month ago
Tolo News

Islamabad Could Face Fallout Over Mansour's Death: Analysts

Former head of the Afghan National Directorate of Security (NDS) Rahmatullah Nabil and ex-US ambassador to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad have said that the killing of the Taliban's leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour in Pakistan territory could be a ...
 Tolo News1 month ago
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