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Taliban Call Daesh in Afghanistan a ‘Headache’ not ‘Threat’


The Taliban have played down the threat of the Daesh terrorist group in Afghanistan, saying the Takfiri outfit is much of a “headache” than a menace and would soon be destroyed. “We don’t call Daesh a threat, but we call it a headache,” Zabiullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman and the Taliban deputy minister of information and culture, was quoted by TOLO news agency as saying on Friday. “It creates headaches in some places but is immediately taken out in every incident; (they) have been chased out and their sanctuaries found,” he added. Mujahid underlined that Daesh lacks popular support in…

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