Pakistani soldier, 3 militants killed in clash

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April 29, 2007 09:10

 
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Suspected Islamic militants fired rockets and assault rifles at a military post in northwestern Pakistan prompting a clash early Sunday that left three attackers and one soldier dead, intelligence officials said. Paramilitary and army troops returned artillery fire in the pre-dawn attack on the post near the village of Nari Dogg in North Waziristan, a tribal region near the Afghan border where local and foreign militants are believed to operate, the official said.

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