This Thursday, June 20, 2013 file photo shows the Taliban flag visible through a gap in a wall of the new office of the Afghan Taliban in Doha, Qatar. (AP Photo/Osama Faisal, File)
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A delegation from the Taliban's political office visited Pakistan over the weekend, senior officials said Saturday, for discussions that could include the latest informal effort to restart talks to end Afghanistan's long war.The Taliban delegation will brief Pakistani secuirty agencies on the Qatar meetings – which did not include Pakistani respresentatives – and complain about the recent arrests of some of its senior commanders in Pakistan, a senior member based in Doha said.Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid confirmed a delegation was visiting Pakistan but would not comment on the Qatar talks, which he has denied took place.Another Taliban member said a few days ago Pakistani security agencies had raided a madrassa in Quetta and arrested another Taliban commander, Mullah Abdul Samad Sani.
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