THE Taliban has announced its new government – packed with terrorists linked to 9/11, Brit killers and torturers.
It includes acting interior minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, a “global terrorist” on the FBI’s hit list of Al Qaeda's evil pals.
The US Department of State is still offering a reward of up to $5million for information leading to the Taliban henchman’s arrest – warning he “should be considered armed and dangerous”.
Haqqani is wanted for questioning in connection with the January 2008 attack on a five-star hotel in Kabul that saw six people killed.
He is believed to have coordinated and personally taken part in deadly cross-border attacks against US and coalition forces in Afghanistan.
Haqqani was also allegedly involved in planning the assassination attempt on Afghan President Hamid Karzai in 2008.
Reports warn the "Haqqani Network" enjoys close ties with foreign jihadist groups including long-standing links with Al Qaeda.
He is believed to be behind the horrific September 12 2011 attack on the US embassy and nearby Nato bases in Kabul, where eight people – four cops and four civilians – were murdered.
The suspected terrorist will be working alongside fellow thug, acting deputy PM Abdul Ghani Baradar.
He is a blood-soaked butcher who masterminded roadside bombs that killed hundreds of British soldiers.
Baradar is also a high-ranking mullah who is a key player behind the Taliban’s brutal enslavement of women and beheadings.
The monster is one of the Taliban’s main men – and was pals with its one-eyed founder Mullah Omar.
Also on the new team is Zabihullah Mujahid, the government’s acting deputy information minister.
He has regularly posted chilling details of suicide attacks through his Twitter account.
The Taliban announced their new interim government on Tuesday, with a UN-blacklisted veteran of the hardline movement in the top role.
Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund will serve as its new acting prime minister – but he’s on a UN blacklist for being "one of the most effective Taliban commanders".
Also serving alongside him is defence minister Mohammad Yaqoob, son of the Taliban founder and late supreme leader Mullah Omar.
The Taliban's secretive supreme leader on Tuesday ordered the newly appointed government to uphold sharia law.
It was his first message since the hardline movement swept to power, after claiming to have emerged victorious from its battle with the last pocket of resistance in Panjshir Valley.
Hibatullah Akhundzada said: "I assure all the countrymen that the figures will work hard towards upholding Islamic rules and sharia law in the country."
Akhundzada told Afghans that the new leadership would ensure "lasting peace, prosperity and development", adding that "people should not try to leave the country".
He said: "The Islamic Emirate has no problem with anyone.
"All will take part in strengthening the system and Afghanistan and in this way, we will rebuild our war-torn country."
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