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Pakistan Seeks U.S. Info on Taliban Chief

Pakistan on Wednesday urged the outgoing U.S. ambassador in Afghanistan to share information on the whereabouts of fugitive Taliban chief Mullah Mohammed Omar, days after the envoy said he was “more likely” in Pakistan than in Afghanistan. Interior Minister Aftab Khan Sherpao said Pakistani security forces and intelligence agencies were “playing a proactive role” in the hunt for terror suspects but they have no information on the location of Omar — among the most wanted terror suspects sought by the United States. In an interview last week with Afghanistan’s independent Ayna Television, Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad said, “It is more likely that Mullah Omar and other Taliban leaders are in Pakistan (than in Afghanistan).” Full Story

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