Army launches strikes, 57 militants killed

In the wake of Peshawar school attack, Pakistan’s military launched 20 air strikes in Khyber Agency’s Tirah Valley, killing 57 militants. These strikes were carried out using dynamic targeting as Army chief General Raheel Sharif reviewed operations post Army Public School ...

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