U.S. Missile Attacks Kill At Least 80 In Pakistan This Month

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6 killed in U.S. drone attack in NW Pakistan 

ISLAMABAD: At least six people were killed in a U.S. drone attack launched late Monday night in northwest Pakistan’s tribal area of North Waziristan, local media reported.

According to the report, the U.S. drones fired six missiles, two of which were targeting at a house and the remaining four at a vehicle, at Sandali village of Datta Khel area in North Waziristan, which borders Afghanistan.

Monday’s strike is the 11th of its kind since the beginning of October. At least 80 people, most of whom are believed to be militants, have been reportedly killed in these strikes.

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