Unmanned war: US drone strike kills four in N Waziristan

It is the third strike in last two week

Web Desk October 05, 2014

SHAWAL: At least five people were killed and two were injured in a drone strike in North Waziristan late on Sunday, Express News reported.

According to initial details, at least five people were killed and two were injured after predator drone fired four missiles on a house and car in Shawal area of North Waziristan where Operation Zarb-e-Azb has been ongoing since mid-June.

It was the third drone strike in last two week. On September 28, At least four suspected militants, including two foreigners, were killed in a US predator strike in South Waziristan Agency. Earlier at least 10 suspected militants, including Uzbek fighters, were killed in a predator strike in the Data Khel area of North Waziristan on September 24.


Brett Judd | 6 years ago | Reply

Hello, I am an American deeply disturbed by the actions taken through covert campaigns by my government. Please know that most Americans would be outraged if they knew what devastation is being dealt in FATA. I am working hard to inform my fellow citizens of the Drone attacks and what impact living under UAVs has on innocent civilians.

I may expect too much from a government that wants to act in such secrecy in their campaign, but I hope peace can be the new policy. Too many people have died. "An eye for an eye soon makes us all blind."

Jatin | 6 years ago | Reply

Such a strong nation called Pakistan cannot even lodge a protest in US against these Drones..

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