‘No info’ about Al-Qaeda chief Zawahiri in Afghanistan: Taliban

Taliban mentioned they don’t have any data of Ayman al-Zawahiri’s presence in Afghanistan. — AFP/File 

KABUL: The Taliban mentioned Thursday they’d no data of Ayman al-Zawahiri’s presence in Afghanistan, two days after US President Joe Biden introduced the Al-Qaeda chief’s killing by a drone strike in Kabul.

“The management of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has instructed the intelligence businesses to carry a complete and critical investigation,” mentioned an official assertion — the Taliban’s first point out of Zawahiri’s title since Biden’s announcement.

Zawahiri’s assassination is the largest blow to Al-Qaeda since US particular forces killed Osama bin Laden in 2011, and calls into query the Taliban’s promise to not harbour militant teams.

The Taliban reiterated of their assertion Thursday that there was “no risk” to any nation from Afghanistan’s soil.

In asserting Zawahiri’s loss of life Tuesday, Biden declared “justice had been delivered” to the households of victims of the 9/11 assaults on the US.

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