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1 HOUR AGO - New York Times

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Mullah Mohammad Omar’s Life Ends With Little Clarity

Mullah Mohammad Omar, the secretive leader of the Taliban, spent the final years of his life in remarkable obscurity, and his death was only confirmed by chatter among Taliban officials.

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1 HOUR AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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10 Things to Know for Friday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday: 1. INVESTIGATORS WORK TO LINK WING PART TO VANISHED MALAYSIA AIRLINES JET The surprise discovery of the debris on a remote island in the Indian Ocean stirs hopes and emotion among families of the missing. 2. AFGHAN TALIBAN ELECT SUCCESSOR TO MULLAH OMAR ...

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2 HOURS AGO - New York Times

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U.S.-Taliban Fight Goes On, So Guantánamo Detainee Stays, Court Says

A judge found that an accused Taliban fighter may still be held even if the administration considers the United States’ war in Afghanistan to be over.

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4 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Q&A: A look at the new leader of Afghanistan's Taliban

Mullah Mohammad Akhtar Mansoor, who has been tapped to succeed Mullah Mohammad Omar as the Taliban's leader, is said to have close ties with authorities in Pakistan. Mullah Mansoor's closeness to Islamabad could be crucial to Afghanistan's future. It places him in a good position to revive peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban hosted earlier this month ...

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4 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Unusual terror case going to trial in U.S. court in Virginia

RICHMOND, Va.— Hundreds of terror suspects have been tried in federal courts since the 2001 attacks, but a case unfolding in Virginia differs from most in at least one key respect. Irek Hamidullin was a combatant captured on the battlefield — not a financier, recruiter or schemer arrested outside the theater of war, like so many of the terrorist suspects ...

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