Pakistani intelligence officials say the death toll from suspected US missile strikes on two villages near the Afghan border has risen to 29. Two intelligence officials say the latest reports from informers and agents in the area showed that 29 people had died in Friday's attacks. Both spoke Saturday on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to brief the media on the record. Officials initially said that 27 people died in the latest strikes in the North and South Waziristan regions, including several foreign fighters. US drone aircraft are believed to have carried out a stream of recent attacks on suspected al-Qaida and Taliban hide-outs in Pakistan's lawless border zone.