Omar, a reclusive figure who has not been seen in public for over a decade, died two years ago, Afghan government sources told the BBC.
The move is expected to help the U.S.-led coalition launch a more effective aerial offensive against the Islamic State group.
The country's main indexes bounced back after a 8 percent fall Monday, which left the markets about $600 billion poorer.
Right to Rise has raised $103 million in the first six months of 2015, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
Facebook criticized the decision and said that German courts had earlier deemed its policies compliant with EU law.
A rise in sea levels, and frequent incidents of storm surges and heavy rainfall, have now put several coastal cities at risk of "compound flooding," a new study says.
An upcoming event in October is considered by many to be a ballistic missile test disguised as a satellite launch.
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