4 killed, 4 injured in US drone attack

At least four people were killed and four others injured in a US drone strike launched in South Waziristan on Thursday.
US unmanned aircraft fired two missiles at a vehicle suspected of carrying militants in the Shane Warsak area of Wana, capital town of South Waziristan which borders Afghanistan.
The attack came late afternoon and was targeted at a house, resulting in the death of four persons.
A temporary halt to drone attacks was seen in Pakistan in recent days, but these have now renewed despite Pakistan government’s claim that it does not support them. The last U.S. drone strike in Pakistan occurred on Oct. 24.

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  1. Anon said:

    "… Two missiles hit a vehicle at 9 a.m. in Tura Gula village in the Azam Warsak district in South Waziristan. The strike killed Hazrat Umar, a 20-year-old brother of the commander, Maulvi Nazir Nazir, and Khan Muhammad, another top commander in the group. …"
    These kids are all good Talibans. They fight US and NATO only.
    "… Mr. Muhammad was a member of Mr. Nazir’s advisory group and an active member of the organization’s 120-member peace committee, which negotiates with the Pakistani government. He was also a member the liaison committee between the group and Al Qaeda …"

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