Pakistan bombs suspected Taliban hideouts

By REUTERS
January 21, 2014 08:17

 
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PESHAWAR/DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan - Pakistani fighter jets bombed suspected Taliban hideouts in a tribal area on the Afghan border on Tuesday killing at least 15 people, military sources and residents said, after a wave of insurgent attacks against security forces.

It was the first time the air force has resorted to aerial strikes in the volatile region since it struck a ceasefire agreement with local Taliban chiefs in 2007. Aerial strikes also took place in the nearby tribal region of Kurram.

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