Pakistani and American agents recently captured the second-in-command of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar.
Hailed as a major victory in the war in Afghanistan, last week’s raid was revealed today by the New York Times.
The seizure has raised big questions about whether the Pakistani government knew of Baradar’s whereabouts all along.
Zeina Khodr of Al Jazeera English has more on the Afghan reaction to this major development.
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