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By John R. Bolton
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Topic - Asimullah Mehsud
Intercepted militant radio communications indicate the leader of the Pakistani Taliban may have been killed in a recent U.S. drone strike, Pakistani intelligence officials said Sunday. A Taliban official denied that.
spokesman, Asimullah Mehsud, claimed the movement's fighters freed 1,200 of their comrades.
Pakistani Taliban spokesman Asimullah Mehsud denied the group's leader was killed and said he was not in the area where the drone strike occurred.