A former high-profile spokesman for the Taleban has been shot dead in eastern Afghanistan, officials have said.
Mohammad Hanif was killed at his home in the province of Nangarhar along with three other people who were believed to be his relatives.
Some reports said the assailants were wearing Afghan army uniforms.
Dr Hanif, as he was known, was arrested in January 2007, but freed from custody this year. It was thought he no longer had any contact with the Taleban.
District official Sayed Mohammad told Associated Press news agency the attackers had used ladders to climb into Dr Hanif’s home in Chaparhar.
Another official said the others killed were Dr Hanif’s cousin, brother-in-law and nephew and that the attack may have been linked to a family feud.
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