MIR ALI, Pakistan — Pakistani intelligence officials said a suspected US unmanned aircraft fired four missiles at a house in northwestern Pakistan, killing at least six people on Sunday.
The officials said the attack occurred in Khaddi village in North Waziristan, part of Pakistan's semiautonomous tribal area near the Afghan border that is teeming with militants.
The officials said three of those killed were militants while the rest were locals harboring them.
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