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January 27, 2015
Pakistan military says killed 76 militants in air strikes
Islamabad (AFP) Jan 27, 2015
Pakistan's military said it killed 76 militants in two separate air strikes on Tuesday as part of a major offensive against the Taliban and other insurgents in a tribal region near the Afghan border. The first air strike took place near Datta Khel area of North Waziristan tribal district while the second strike was focused on Datta Khel. At least 35 militants were killed in air strikes on Sunday in the same area. "In precise aerial strikes, 53 terrorists including some foreigners were killed ... read more

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