The assassination of an Afghan leader spearheading the reconciliation process with the Taliban clearly was an insurgent attack, officials say, but at present it's not clear who carried it out.
Berhanuddin Rabbani, a former Afghan president and chairman of the High Peace Council, was killed in an attack at his home on Tuesday. But the Taliban hasn't taken credit for it and says it is still looking into the incident.
"Our information is not completed yet," said Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid. "So our stand is that we won't say anything about this issue."
There was no word from the Haqqani Network, the militant group with ties to the Taliban and backed by Pakistan.FULL STORY