Pakistan’s ISI secret service suspected of helping the Taliban regain power | DW News

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The Pakistani secret service is coming under scrunity over its possible role in the Taliban take-over of Afghanistan. Unlike other countries, Pakistan maintains connections to the Taliban. Some of the Taliban’s new government ministers were educated in religious universities there. Now questions are being asked about whether the Taliban have received support from Pakistani intelligence.

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