US missile kills five in Pakistan

By AP
January 30, 2010 07:12

 
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A suspected US missile strike has killed five people in northwestern Pakistan, according to intelligence officials.



The two officials said the midnight attack hit the Mohammad Khel area of North Waziristan.



The US is believed to have launched a slew of missile strikes against suspected Taliban and al Qaida targets in the area since the start of the year.



The identities of the five killed in the latest strike were not immediately known.

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