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Afghan Taliban protest appointment of Mullah Akhtar Mansoor as 'Emir'
Frontier Post

Afghan Taliban protest appointment of Mullah Akhtar Mansoor as...

About 4 hours ago Maulvi Abdul Qayyum Zakir has been lobbying to end the split in different factions of Taliban PESHAWAR (Local TV) 10 members out of 18-member Shura Assembly raised serious objections to Mullah Akhtar Mansoor's appointment as Emir, ... Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago
Former Guantanamo detainee Mullah Zakir supports new Taliban emir Foundation for Defense of Democracies, 3 weeks ago
Post-Omar Afghanistan: What next? Asia Times Online, 1 week ago
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Oneindia

Mullah Omar's successor appointment: Taliban's chief negotiator resigns

Islamabad, Aug 4: Upset over the appointment of Mullah Omar 's successor, Sayed Tayyeb Agha, the head of Taliban 's political office in Qatar has resigned, media reported on Tuesday. Mullah Akhtar Mansoor was appointed as chief of Taliban after ...
 Oneindia3 weeks ago Taliban's chief negotiator resigns over appointment of Mullah Omar's successor  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

'Made in Pak' Taliban a bigger threat to India

NEW DELHI: The new Taliban has 'Made in Pakistan' stamp all over it. And it's not merely the new leader Akhtar Mansour who has been doing Pakistan's bidding for years and received Masood Azhar, released during the 1999 Kandahar hijack. The new ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Neighborhood Watch: Challenges, controversy surround new Taliban chief  The Express Tribune4 weeks ago Taliban leaders dispute appointment of Mullah Mansoor  Al Jazeera4 weeks ago New Taliban chief played role in IC814 hijack  Indian Express4 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Mullah Omar's death raises questions on Pak's involvement

The announcement of the death of the Taliban leader Mullah Omar, a full two years after his passing, raises several questions about Afghanistan's politics during that time. Who has, for instance, been leading the Taliban and masterminding its ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Inside the mysterious death of Mullah Omar  MSN Canada4 weeks ago Who will lead the Taliban now?  Canberra Times4 weeks ago If Mullah Mohammad Omar is dead, who will lead the Taliban now?  Melbourne Age1 month ago
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Indian Express

Afghan talks process to boost under new Taliban chief

LAHORE - The Afghan pace and reconciliation process is likely to witness a boost under the new Taliban leadership, informed Pakistani officials believe, though a sections of international media is casting doubts on the future and efficacy of the ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 weeks ago Afghans, Pakistanis see progress in Taliban talks  MSN News US1 month ago Taliban denies having leadership's authorisation for talks  MSN News US1 month ago Taliban distance themselves from talks, denies having leadership's authorisation  Indian Express1 month ago
National Interest

The Murree Brew

By Dr Mohammad Taqi Florida An Afghan government delegation and various elements of the Afghan Taliban finally met this past week in Murree, a few miles from where once Pakistan's oldest brewery stood. A toast might be premature but would ...
 Pakistan Link1 month ago The Taliban Comes to the Table: Could the Afghan War Finally Wind Down?  National Interest1 month ago The Murree brew,  South Asia Monitor1 month ago
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