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Drone strike kills 10 suspected militants in Khyber Agency

15 May, 2014

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KHYBER AGENCY: An unmanned aircraft fired missiles in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border area on Wednesday, killing ten suspected terrorists.

According to sources, the drone fired three missiles targeting suspected militants in Nazyan area of Khyber Agency.

Fear and panic gripped the area as drones continued low-level flights.

There were reports of clashes going on between two militant groups near Pak-Afghan border since a long time.

The last drone attack took place on December 26, 2013, killing four suspected militants near Miranshah in North Waziristan area.

The United States had cut back sharply on drone strikes in Pakistan after the PML-N government asked for restraint while it is holding peace talks with the Tehreek-e-Taliban.


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