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Afghan government say Taliban chief s death could lead to peace

El gobierno de Afganistán confirmó ayer la muerte del mulá Mansur, jefe de los talibanes, a manos de Estados Unidos en un ataque con drones el sábado. Mansur apenas llevaba...

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A U.S. Drone Killed the Taliban Leader in Pakistan, and Pakistan Is Not Happy | Complex

Las guerras declaradas por los talibanes, Al Qaeda y el Estado Islámico contra el gobierno de Afganistán, aunado a la falta de presupuesto de la Unesco y el poco apoyo financiero de la c...

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Afghan Taliban leader likely killed in U.S. strike on cjn newsTHIS is the Afghan Taliban leader U.S. officials say was likely killed by U.S. drone strikes.He's Mullah Akhtar Mansour... targeted Saturday on the Pakistan side of the remote border region with Afghanistan, in a mission authorized by President Barack Obama.Mansour had prevented Taliban leaders from participating in reconciliation talks with the Afghan government, prompting the Pentagon to brand him an obstacle to peace.The Pentag...

ROSALYNDA'S BLOG!: Afghan Government Confirms Death Of Taliban Leader...

The Afghan government and a senior Taliban commander confirmed Sunday that the extremist group's leader, Mullah Mohammed Akhtar Mansour, has been killed in a U.S. drone strike.

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The killing of the Taliban Supremo on Pakistani territory is likely to deepen those tensions.

TOPSHOT - An Afghan former Taliban fighter carries his weapon before handing it over as part of a government peace and reconciliation process at a ceremony in Jalalabad on January 12, 2016. More than a dozen former Taliban fighters from Ghani district of Nangarhar province handed over their weapons as part of a peace reconciliation program. AFP PHOTO / Noorullah Shirzada / AFP / Noorullah Shirzada (Photo credit should read NOORULLAH SHIRZADA/AFP/Getty Images)

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26 MAY: Opium production has long been a problem in Taliban-controlled areas of Afghanistan but it is also grown in many government-controlled regions. Some farmers even claim that the authorities have become more relaxed about the crops. Find out more: bbc.in/opium #Afghanistan #Helmand #BBCShorts @BBCNews by bbcnews

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The death of Mullah Akhtar Mansour could trigger a battle for succession and deepen fractures that emerged in the insurgent movement after the death of its founder, Mullah Mohammad Omar, was confirmed last year, more than two years after he died. Saturday’s strike, which U.S. officials said was authorised by President Barack Obama and included multiple drones, showed the United States was prepared to go after the Taliban leadership in Pakistan, which the Western-backed government in Kabul h...

Of course he will continue the terror on their enemies.. Should we expect anything less from these barbaric, hateful people? CNN: The new Afghan Taliban leader has told commanders and the group’s supreme leadership council that there will be no peace talks with the Afghan government, a source in the