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U.S. kills al Qaeda chief al-Zawahiri in Afghanistan strike, Biden says


U.S. killed Al Qaeda leader and Bin Laden successor Ayman Al-Zawahiri in Afghanistan Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of the Al Qaeda terrorist group, outlawed in Russia, was killed in a US special operation on July 31, a high-ranking U.S. administration official said. “At <…> 6:18 am Kabul time on July 31, the United States undertook a precision counterterrorism operation in Kabul, Afghanistan, at the president’s direction,” the official said, adding that the operation “targeted and killed” the current leader of Al Qaeda Ayman al-Zawahiri, who was Osama bin Laden deputy during the September, 11 attacks and his successor in 2011….

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