Eight terrorists killed in North Waziristan air strikes

Pakistan Air Force jets targeted militant hideouts in Data Khel and Shawal valley, says ISPR


News Desk January 24, 2016
A file photo of PAF F16. PHOTO: PPI

At least eight terrorists were killed in fresh air strikes carried out by Pakistan Air Force jets on Sunday.

According to military’s media wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the air blitz hit Data Khel and Shawal areas near Pakistan-Afghanistan border, killing eight suspected terrorists.

Earlier on January 8, a large number of local and foreign militants were killed in airstrikes in the border region of North Waziristan, officials said.

38 militants killed in North Waziristan air strikes

Civil officers in the political administration said 38 militants were killed in the strike that targeted hideouts in Meezar and Sherani areas just on the Afghanistan border.

COMMENTS (1)

BlackHat | 5 years ago | Reply That is really sad. Money and support must have come from RAW via Afghan consulate. Thank god all others are alive in rest of the country.
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