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Topic - Mullah Mohammed Omar
When that didn't pan out, he says he ended up helping the agency locate al-Qaida members.
Mullah Mohammed Omar, who hasn't been seen in public for a decade, warned that Taliban members would keep up their attacks in Kabul if Afghanistan's governing authorities went through with an agreement with the United States to establish what's being billed as a "colonial" peace pact, the Los Angeles Times reported.