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FILE — The Afghan government said on Wednesday that it was investigating new reports that Mullah Muhammad Omar, the elusive leader of the Taliban, is dead. A photo believed to be of Mullah Omar which is part of a wanted poster produced by the FBI. (FBI via The New York Times)
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