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ISLAMABAD, September 6. (Itar-Tass). – In north-western Pakistan a US unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) eliminated six militants and wounded another three, as reported by Dawn newspaper on Friday.
The publication says the drone fired several missiles in a building, where the radicals were hiding, in Darga Mandi village, North Waziristan province. Local special services report that the killed militants belonged to the Haqqani network. The troops of this Afghani group act mainly in the so-called tribal zone of Pakistan.
In early August Pakistan’s authorities demanded the US to stop flights of US UAVs over north-western regions of the country.