U.S. drone attack kills 3 in Pakistan's tribal region

U.S. drone attack kills 3 in Pakistan's tribal region

U.S. drone attack kills 3 in Pakistan's tribal region

The strike came days after the U.S. President Donald Trump asked Pakistan to do more against the militants hiding in its tribal area.

A hardline religious scholar from Pakistan has said that the Afghan Taliban would support Pakistan against any kind of foreign aggression, Pakistani media reported on Thursday.

USA drone attacks inside Pakistan have become rare over the past few years.

At least six security officials, as well as civilians were injured in two separate grenade attacks along the Torkham crossing of the Pak-Afghan border on Friday.

A suicide bomber killed three people Wednesday - the third day of the tournament - outside the cricket stadium.

The Shpageeza tournament, now in its fifth season, is one of a small number of Western-style sports competitions along with Afghan Premier League football that has grown up since a US-led campaign toppled the Taliban in 2001.

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The US-led global forces in Afghanistan had no immediate information on the strike.

Drone strikes are highly unpopular among the Pakistani public as they kill militants and common people including women and kids without discrimination.

They also vowed that the Afghan Taliban would continue their jihad in Afghanistan and would struggle for the implementation of Islamic system in their country, the report said.

Another option being weighed by Washington, according to U.S. officials, is targeted sanctions against Pakistani officials with links to extremist groups such as Haqqani.

The United States, under the presidency of Republican George W. Bush, and its allies invaded Afghanistan on October 7, 2001 as part of Washington's so-called war on terror.

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