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US Drone attacks resume 55 days after NATO attack that killed 24 of our soldiers

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  1. Imran Qadri

    US drone attack kills four militants in Pakistan: Officials

    MIRANSHAH: After a lull of about 55 days, the valleys of Pakistan’s tribal region reverberated once more with missile fire from stealthy US air borne drones. Two missiles destroyed a militant compound in Pakistan’s tribal area near the Afghan border, killing four militants late on Tuesday, security officials said.

    The missiles struck a compound on the outer skirts of Miranshah, in the North Waziristan region, killing four, one official said.

    The attack triggered a fire in the building and flames could be seen from the roof of houses in Miranshah, five kilometres away, residents reported.

    The drone attack and the casualties were confirmed by two other security officials.

    The strike was the first since US-Pakistan relations plunged to their lowest level after the November 26 helicopter strikes on a border check post which killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

    Posted 4 years ago on 10 Jan 2012 22:45 #
  2. aftab

    Shame on the Pakistan Military, once again it has allowed the Yanks to get away with murder. God is they no one in this Military to take a stand for Pakistan. Time is now ripe for a coup within the Military because the Generals have obviously sold themselves.

    P.S. Let's see if our revolutionary will raise his voice against the Military.

    Posted 4 years ago on 10 Jan 2012 22:50 #
  3. pakistani47

    They have taken advantage of our internal divide and conflicts.

    Posted 4 years ago on 11 Jan 2012 5:52 #
  4. ali-pk

    once a dog is always a dog.

    Posted 4 years ago on 11 Jan 2012 6:17 #
  5. zalaan

    15 Pakistani Soldier were slaughter by Taliban Last week ,I did not see any condemnation and reaction in the media and forums .
    Now 3 Taliban killed by US .... pora pakistani cheekh utha ...

    Its amazing how media is making our mind set

    Posted 4 years ago on 11 Jan 2012 6:51 #

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