Taliban Appoint New Chief After Leader Killed by U.S. DroneBy and
Akhundzada seen as compromise figure; no clear view on talks
Obama had hailed Mansour’s death as an ‘important milestone’
The Afghan Taliban confirmed the death of its former leader in a U.S. drone strike and named one of his deputies as its third official chief in less than a year.
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