Suspected US missiles hit buildings in two Pakistani villages close to the Afghan border on Friday, killing three people, intelligence officials said.
The United States has launched a flurry of strikes against suspected al-Qaida and Taliban targets in northern Pakistan in recent weeks after complaining that Islamabad is unwilling or unable to eliminate the militants, straining ties between the two anti-terror allies.
The officials said two missiles believed to have been fired from US unmanned drones launched from neighboring Afghanistan hit two villages in the same district of north Waziristan just before dusk.
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