After fleeing the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, Taliban chief Mullah Mohammad Omar took refuge in Pakistan's densely populated southern port city of Karachi. His cover? Potato trader in a downtown market. A senior Taliban figure resigned ... Stars and Stripes, 1 month ago
After Omar, power centre shifts in Afghanistan - Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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'The Mansoor Taliban is really an extension of the Haqqani Network which in turn is an instrument of the ISI.' 'With Ashraf Ghani ready to dance to Pakistani tunes and with the Haqqani Network becoming part of the Afghan government, Pakistan is all set to see the fruition of its strategic policy,' says Sushant Sareen. IMAGE: Men offer funeral prayers for Mullah Omar in Peshawar, Pakistan. Photograph: Fayaz Azia/Reuters The resistance by powerful Afghan Taliban leaders and field commanders to ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
KABUL (AIP): Leader of his own faction of Hezb-i-Islami, Gulbadin Hekmatyar, expressed his grief over the death of Taliban leader Mullah Muhammad Omar and termed him a mujahid leader. In a statement available with Afghan Islamic Press (AIP), ...Frontier Post, 2 months ago
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