Pakistani Taliban deputy killed in drone strike

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Pakistani Taliban confirmed on Monday that its senior commander was killed in a United States drone strike in the country's North Waziristan tribal region last week and said they had appointed a new deputy to take his place. Pakistan had offered joint investigation into the Kabul's attacks that Kabul had blamed on the Haqqani Network.

Mehsud was deputy leader of the banned Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP), the main faction of the hardline Islamist Pakistani Taliban.

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The Pakistani Taliban say a senior militant, Khalid Mehsud, has been killed in a USA drone attack.

Pakistani officials had earlier reported unconfirmed reports about Sajna's killing in a U.S. strike. American missiles struck a vehicle carrying the militant commander and five of his security guards as they were entering Pakistani territory from the Afghan side, Pakistani intelligence officials said; all of the security guards were also killed in the strike.

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Wali, according to Reuters, will now train militants in South Waziristan, a rugged mountainous region on the Afghan border which has always been home to Pakistani, Afghan, and al Qaeda-linked foreign militants.

Tariq says Wali enjoys the backing of Mullah Fazlullah, the leader of the Pakistani Taliban who is believed to be hiding in Afghanistan. He added that a commander called Mufti Noor Wali Wali was appointed by the Taliban chief to succeed Sanja.

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Afghanistan hosted military chiefs from several neighboring countries on Tuesday, including Pakistan's army chief, for a conference focusing on how to deal with escalating terrorism in the region. Much of the border with Pakistan s northwestern tribal areas is off-limits to foreign journalists, and strikes along the porous frontier are hard to verify.

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