Pakistani Taliban Extends Ceasefire With Islamabad

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Pakistani Taliban has extended a ceasefire with the government in Islamabad indefinitely.

Spokesperson for the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan group, Mohammad Khurasani, said the decision was made after substantial progress in the talks with the 50-member team of elders.

There was no immediate confirmation from the Pakistani government about the extension of the truce.

This follows two days of talks with a delegation of Pakistani tribal elders that were hosted by the Afghan Taliban.

The Pakistani Taliban has for years used Afghanistan’s rugged border regions for hideouts and for staging cross-border attacks into Pakistan.

Written by: Helen Obih

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