MIRANSHAH (AFP) - Missiles fired from US drones targeted a car and a compound in North Waziristan Friday, killing at least four militants, security officials said. The attack struck Tolkhel village in the suburbs of Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan tribal district bordering Afghanistan. At least four militants were killed after US drones fired missiles at a car and a nearby compound used by militants, a senior security official told AFP. Another security official and a local administration official confirmed the drone attack and the death toll. Missiles hit a car carrying militants and as soon as other people rushed into help, more missiles were fired by drones, the official said. The identity of the militants was not immediately clear. More than 870 people have been killed in more than 90 US strikes in Pakistan since August 2008, with a surge in the past year as President Barack Obama has put Pakistan at the heart of his fight against Al-Qaeda.