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Taliban officials say the group's co-founder left Kabul after an argument over the interim government.Taliban officials say the group's co-founder left Kabul after an argument over the interim government.

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Sulail Shaheen, a Taliban spokesman, said Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, former head of the Taliban political office who was named deputy prime minister last week, issued a voice message rejecting claims he had been killed or injured in a clash. "He says it is lies and totally baseless," Shaheen said in a message on Twitter.Sulail Shaheen, a Taliban spokesman, said Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, former head of the Taliban political office who was named deputy prime minister last week, issued a voice message rejecting claims he had been killed or injured in a clash. "He says it is lies and totally baseless," Shaheen said in a message on Twitter.

Taliban deny their deputy prime minister, Mullah Baradar, is dead

September 14 The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumours about internal splits in the movement nearly a month after its lightninDenials follow days of rumours that supporters of Baradar had clashed with those of Sirajuddin Haqqani The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumours about internal splits in the movement nearly a month after its lightning victory over the Western-backed government in Kabul.

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New Delhi: Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, confirmed in an audio message on Monday that heNew Delhi: Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, confirmed in an audio message on Monday that he

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The Taliban on Tuesday denied that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was only named deputy prime minister last week, had been killed or injured in a clash.The Taliban on Tuesday denied that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was only named deputy prime minister last week, had been killed or injured in a clash.

Taliban denies two leaders dead after missing from public view

Group’s leader, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada, and one of their most recognisable faces, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, have not been seenGroup’s leader, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada, and one of their most recognisable faces, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, have not been seen

Questions in Kabul as two top Taliban leaders ‘missing from public view’ | Taliban | The Guardian

The Taliban denied that a top leader died in a shootout with rivals amid rumors of internal divisions.The Taliban denied that a top leader died in a shootout with rivals amid rumors of internal divisions.

Taliban deny top leader died in shootout with rivals | TheHill

The Taliban denied that a top leader died in a shootout with rivals amid rumors of internal divisions.The Taliban denied that a top leader died in a shootout with rivals amid rumors of internal divisions.

Taliban deny top leader died in shootout with rivals | TheHill

South Asia News: NEW DELHI: Speculation intensified about the fate of the deputy leader of Afghanistan government, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, after Taliban leaders me.South Asia News: NEW DELHI: Speculation intensified about the fate of the deputy leader of Afghanistan government, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, after Taliban leaders me.

Baradar absent from meetings with Qatar delegation; arch-rivals Haqqanis present in full strength - Times of India

South Asia News: NEW DELHI: Speculation intensified about the fate of the deputy leader of Afghanistan government, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, after Taliban leaders me.South Asia News: NEW DELHI: Speculation intensified about the fate of the deputy leader of Afghanistan government, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, after Taliban leaders me.

Baradar absent from meetings with Qatar delegation; arch-rivals Haqqanis present in full strength - Times of India

For some time, two senior Taliban leaders, the group’s supreme leader and new deputy prime minister, have been missing from public view. Several questions are being raised about their whereabouts and health.   Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada, the top Taliban leader, has not been seen by public in a month since the group seized control of Afghanistan. However, a spokesperson has denied the rumours of his death.  For some time, two senior Taliban leaders, the group’s supreme leader and new deputy prime minister, have been missing from public view. Several questions are being raised about their whereabouts and health.   Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada, the top Taliban leader, has not been seen by public in a month since the group seized control of Afghanistan. However, a spokesperson has denied the rumours of his death.  

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Till recently, old pictures of Mullah Hasan Akhund had been circulating on social mediaTill recently, old pictures of Mullah Hasan Akhund had been circulating on social media

Taliban release Afghan interim PM Mullah Hasan Akhund's latest picture

Speculation over Taliban leaders has been fed by the circumstances surrounding the death of the movement’s founder, Mullah Omar, which was only made public in 2015, two years after it happened, setting off bitter recriminations among the leadership.Speculation over Taliban leaders has been fed by the circumstances surrounding the death of the movement’s founder, Mullah Omar, which was only made public in 2015, two years after it happened, setting off bitter recriminations among the leadership.

‘Dead or alive?’: Rumours grow as Taliban’s supreme leader, deputy PM absent from public eye | World News,The Indian Express

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was last week named as the number two to Mullah Mohammed Hassan Akhund, blamed "fake propaganda" for the death rumours in an audio message posted by the Taliban.Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was last week named as the number two to Mullah Mohammed Hassan Akhund, blamed "fake propaganda" for the death rumours in an audio message posted by the Taliban.

Amid rumours of his death, Taliban leader Mullah Baradar releases audio message to say he is alive | World News | Zee News

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The row reportedly took place between deputy leader Mullah Baradar and Khalil ur-Rahman Haqqani - the minister for refugees - at Kabul's presidential palace in Afghanistan.The row reportedly took place between deputy leader Mullah Baradar and Khalil ur-Rahman Haqqani - the minister for refugees - at Kabul's presidential palace in Afghanistan.

Taliban leaders DID have bust-up at Presidential palace before deputy PM Baradar fled, sources say | Daily Mail Online

Over the last two days, social media was in a frenzy over reports claiming that Barabar, named as the deputy to Mullah Mohammed Hassan Akhund, was mortally wounded in a shootout between rival Taliban factions at the presidential palace. | World NewsOver the last two days, social media was in a frenzy over reports claiming that Barabar, named as the deputy to Mullah Mohammed Hassan Akhund, was mortally wounded in a shootout between rival Taliban factions at the presidential palace.

Amid death rumours, Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar says 'alive and well' | World News - Hindustan Times

Taliban rejected the speculation as ‘baseless’ but did not provide substantial proof to refute claims Taliban rejected the speculation as ‘baseless’ but did not provide substantial proof to refute claims

Rumours swirl over whereabouts of two top Taliban officials who are missing, including supreme leader | The Independent

The Taliban went an extra mile on Monday to downplay rumours about a fight among high ranking Taliban officials and the death of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the deputy prime minister in the new cabinet. The rumours spread after Qatar’s foreign minister visited Kabul and during his meeting with the Taliban official Baradar’s absence was conspicuous. Qatari FM is not the only international leader to visit Kabul. The UN High Commissioner for Refugee Filippo Grandi has also landed in Kabul to assess the situation of millions of homeless people. Meanwhile, UN Chief Antonio Guterres has urged the international community to engage with the Taliban. He spoke at the sidelines of a UN conf...The Taliban went an extra mile on Monday to downplay rumours about a fight among high ranking Taliban officials and the death of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the deputy prime minister in the new cabinet. The rumours spread after Qatar’s foreign minister visited Kabul and during his meeting with the Taliban official Baradar’s absence was conspicuous. Qatari FM is not the only international leader to visit Kabul. The UN High Commissioner for Refugee Filippo Grandi has also landed in Kabul to assess the situation of millions of homeless people. Meanwhile, UN Chief Antonio Guterres has urged the international community to engage with the Taliban. He spoke at the sidelines of a UN conf...

Taliban downplay infighting rumours as donors pledge $1.2b - SAMAA

MYSTERY surrounds the whereabouts of Taliban deputy PM 'Barader the Butcher' who hasn't been seen in public for days.But rumours about Abdul Ghani BarMYSTERY surrounds the whereabouts of Taliban deputy PM ‘Barader the Butcher’ who hasn’t been seen in public for days. But rumours about Abdul Ghani Baradar being killed during a p…

Mystery as Taliban deputy PM Baradar the Butcher not seen for days then 'denies he's dead' after palace 'gun battle'

After news of his supposed demise went viral on social media, Taliban co-founder and new deputy prime minister of Afghanistan Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar released an audio message saying he was well and alive, and had not been injured.After news of his supposed demise went viral on social media, Taliban co-founder and new deputy prime minister of Afghanistan Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar released an audio message saying he was well and alive, and had not been injured.

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The Taliban deny that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the deputy prime minister designate, has been killed in a shootout with rivals.The Taliban deny that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the deputy prime minister designate, has been killed in a shootout with rivals.

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The Taliban deny that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the deputy prime minister designate, has been killed in a shootout with rivals.The Taliban deny that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the deputy prime minister designate, has been killed in a shootout with rivals.

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​Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Taliban co-founder & Afghanistan's deputy PM, has released an audio message to dismiss reports of his death. It was tweeted by Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem.​Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Taliban co-founder and Afghanistan's deputy Prime Minister, has released an audio message to dismiss reports of his death. The audio was tweeted by Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem after reports of Baradar's death went viral.

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Baradar in an audio message said he is alive, Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem said.Baradar in an audio message said he is alive, Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem said.

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The Taliban have denied rumors that senior official Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has been killed or injured in clashes with rivals.The Taliban have denied rumors that senior official Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has been killed or injured in clashes with rivals.

Taliban reject rumors about co-founder’s death in armed clashes

The Taliban* last week slammed the US after the Pentagon said that members of the terrorist outfit Haqqani Network, including Afghanistan’s new interior... 13.09.2021, Sputnik InternationalThe Taliban* last week slammed the US after the Pentagon said that members of the terrorist outfit Haqqani Network, including Afghanistan’s new interior minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, were still on a Washington hit list. A United Nations...

Taliban Rejects Speculations Its Deputy PM Mullah Baradar Died, Releases Video - 13.09.2021, Sputnik International

Following the Taliban* takeover of Kabul in mid-August, the situation in Afghanistan has dominated the international agenda, with the group recently announcing... 13.09.2021, Sputnik InternationalFollowing the Taliban* takeover of Kabul in mid-August, the situation in Afghanistan has dominated the international agenda, with the group recently announcing the composition of Afghanistan's temporary government.

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Pakistan maintains its diplomatic mission in Kabul shows that there is already a de facto recognition of the Taliban governmentPakistan maintains its diplomatic mission in Kabul shows that there is already a de facto recognition of the Taliban government

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The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumours about internal splits in the movement nearly a month after its lightning victory ove…The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumours about internal splits in the movement nearly a month after its lightning victory ove…

Taliban deny co-founder Mullah Baradar is dead

The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumors about internal splits in the movementThe Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumors about internal splits in the movement

Taliban Deny Their Deputy PM, Mullah Baradar, Is Dead - Hamodia.com

The denials follow days of rumours that supporters of Baradar had clashed with those of Sirajuddin Haqqani, head of the Haqqani network that is based.Mullah Baradar. Taliban leader death. Taliban leader rumours. Mullah Baradar death rumours. Mullah Abdul Ghani BaradarThe denials follow days of rumours that supporters of Baradar had clashed with those of Sirajuddin Haqqani, head of the Haqqani network that is based.Mullah Baradar. Taliban leader death. Taliban leader rumours. Mullah Baradar death rumours. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar

Taliban deny their deputy prime minister, Mullah Baradar, is dead | World News | Manorama English

The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumours about internal splits in the movement nearly a month after its lightning victory over the Western-backed government in Kabul.The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed in a shootout with rivals, following rumours about internal splits in the movement nearly a month after its lightning victory over the Western-backed government in Kabul.

Taliban Denies Their Deputy PM Mullah Baradar Killed, Releases His Audio

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, confirmed in an audio message on Monday that he is alive and not injured. The message, tweeted by Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem, follows reports that Baradar was injured or killed in clashes among the Taliban. Read | India will stand by Afghans as it did in past: EAM JaishankarMullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, confirmed in an audio message on Monday that he is alive and not injured. The message, tweeted by

Mullah Baradar issues audio message to say he is alive | Deccan Herald

Baradar blamed “fake propaganda” for the death rumours in an audio message posted by the Taliban.Baradar blamed “fake propaganda” for the death rumours in an audio message posted by the Taliban.

Taliban co-founder and acting deputy PM Mullah Baradar releases audio statement refuting death rumours - World - DAWN.COM

Abdul Ghani Baradar blamed 'fake propaganda' for the death rumours in an audio message posted by the Taliban.Abdul Ghani Baradar blamed 'fake propaganda' for the death rumours in an audio message posted by the Taliban.

'We're all fine': Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar releases audio statement after death rumours-World News , Firstpost

Social media speculation, especially in India, suggested he was mortally wounded in a shootout between rival Taliban factions at the presidential palace.Social media speculation, especially in India, suggested he was mortally wounded in a shootout between rival Taliban factions at the presidential palace.

Taliban co-founder, deputy PM Abdul Ghani Baradar releases audio message after death rumours

Social media has been in a frenzy over speculation of Afghan deputy prime minister Abdul Ghani Baradar being mortally wounded in a shootout between rival Taliban factions at the presidential palaceSocial media has been in a frenzy over speculation of Afghan deputy prime minister Abdul Ghani Baradar being mortally wounded in a shootout between rival Taliban factions at the presidential palace

Taliban co-founder releases audio statement after death rumours | Dhaka Tribune

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The Taliban's supreme leader hasn't been seen in public since the group took over Afghanistan; its deputy prime minister hasn't been seen for days.The Taliban's supreme leader hasn't been seen in public since the group took over Afghanistan; its deputy prime minister hasn't been seen for days.

2 Taliban Leaders Disappeared From Public View, Prompting Rumors

Reuters could not immediately verify footage of Abdul Ghani Barada, apparently not the victim of a shootout with rivals

Taliban’s deputy prime minister missing amid rumours of internal power struggle | National Post

Taliban’s deputy prime minister missing amid rumours of internal power struggle | National Post

The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed.The Taliban have denied that one of their top leaders has been killed.

Taliban deny rumours their deputy PM Baradar has been killed in a shootout | Newshub

The denials follow days of rumours that supporters of Baradar had clashed with those of Sirajuddin Haqqani, head of the Haqqani network that is based near the border with Pakistan and was blamed for some of the worst suicide attacks of the war. The denials follow days of rumours that supporters of Baradar had clashed with those of Sirajuddin Haqqani, head of the Haqqani network that is based near the border with Pakistan and was blamed for some of the worst suicide attacks of the war.

Afghanistan: Taliban Deny Their Deputy Prime Minister, Mullah Baradar, Is Dead