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Head of Daesh Terrorist Group in Afghanistan Killed, Taliban say


The Taliban have announced that Abu Omar Khorasani, leader of the Daesh terrorist group in Afghanistan, has been killed. Khorasani had reportedly succeeded Sheikh Abdul Haseeb Logari in April 2017 after he was killed. After the Taliban captured the Afghan capital, Kabul, on August 15, conflicting reports were released about his fate with some suggesting that Khorasani was released along with thousands of other prisoners while others said he had been killed by the Taliban. In an August 26 report, The Wall Street Journal said the Taliban had killed the militant and eight other members of his terror group after…

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