The Afghan Taliban have appointed a new leader after the death of Mullah Omar.
Akhtar Mohammad Mansour will succeed one-eyed Omar, who had not been seen since 2001.
News of Omar's death was confirmed yesterday but it is thought he died more than two years ago.
Omar went into hiding after his government was forced from power by the US-led Coalition following the 9/11 attacks in the USA.
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