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Aftermath Of The Attack On The Taliban Leader

Shahnazar Badini strings for several Pakistani television channels and newspapers in a remote region of Pakistan’s restive southwestern Balochistan Province. On May 21, he reached the scene of a U.S. drone strike a couple hours after the attack. Here are some of the photographs he took.
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Mansur carried a Pakistani passport and had apparently returned from neighboring Iran on the day he was killed. Tehran, however, denied Mansur was in the country.
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Mansur carried a Pakistani passport and had apparently returned from neighboring Iran on the day he was killed. Tehran, however, denied Mansur was in the country.

The remains of Mansur’s shirt and half-burnt Iranian and Pakistani bank notes.
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The remains of Mansur’s shirt and half-burnt Iranian and Pakistani bank notes.

The Taliban leader’s suitcase, which apparently shows a lot of bottles of an unknown chemical or medicine. Some media reports suggest he had gone to Iran for medical treatment.
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The Taliban leader’s suitcase, which apparently shows a lot of bottles of an unknown chemical or medicine. Some media reports suggest he had gone to Iran for medical treatment.

The Pakistani passport Mansur carried and used to travel to Iran.
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The Pakistani passport Mansur carried and used to travel to Iran.

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