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Taliban warn against Pakistan pact violation

An aide to fugitive Taliban chief Mullah Mohammad Omar warned of “problems” in Pakistan’s North Waziristan region in case of a violation of a peace pact signed this month, a newspaper reported on Sunday. Pro-Taliban militants and the Pakistani government reached a peace deal on Sept 5 under which the militants agreed to stop attacks in the country and across the border in Afghanistan in return for a halt in government’s operations in the region. “Violation of the terms of agreement in Waziristan would cause problems and destablise the area,” The News quoted Mullah Dadullah, Taliban’s feared field commander as saying. Full Story

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