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Pak. Taliban head ‘Mullah Radio’ killed in U.S.-led strike (Read only for understanding; IRIO)

Mullah Fazlullah killed

Pakistani Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah has been killed in a U.S.-Afghan air strike in Afghanistan, a killing likely to ease tension between the United States and Pakistan.

Who was Mullah Fazlullah?

Fazlullah was Pakistan’s most-wanted militant, notorious for attacks including a 2014 school massacre that killed 132 children and the 2012 shooting of Malala Yousafzai.

Fazlullah emerged as an Islamist leader in the Swat Valley, northwest of the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, more than a decade ago. He was known as “Mullah Radio” for his fiery sermons broadcast over a radio channel.

The Pakistani Taliban have waged a decade-long insurgency seeking to establish a harsh interpretation of Islamic rule, but most of their fighters have now fled to Afghanistan.

$5 million reward

In March, the U.S. offered a $5 million reward for information on Fazlullah.

(Adapted from The Hindu)



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