MIRANSHAH, Pakistan - The death toll from a drone strike in northeastern Pakistan has risen to 19, Pakistani intelligence officials said on Saturday.
Twelve people were originally reported dead in Friday's strike on a compound in the Dhattakel region in North Waziristan.
Public anger over US drone attacks has helped inflame tensions between Pakistan and the United States.
Friday's strike took place a day after two trucks carried NATO supplies across the border into Afghanistan -- the first shipments since convoys were halted by Pakistan last November.
Pakistanis say the drone attacks kill civilians and encroach on Pakistani sovereignty. The United States says the attacks are highly selective and that few civilians are killed.