40 pro-Taliban militants die in Pakistan clashes

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November 21, 2007 08:49

 
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Security forces attacked mountaintop positions of pro-Taliban militants in northwestern Pakistan, leaving 40 fighters dead, the army said Wednesday. The militants suffered the casualties in two days of raids against their locations in Shangla district of the Swat region, a former tourist destination where supporters of a rebel cleric have been battling security forces since July. There was no immediate word on whether troops suffered any casualties.

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