MIRANSHAH (AFP) Taliban militants in North Waziristan Friday executed two men by strapping explosives to their bodies after accusing them of spying, security officials said. The public execution took place in a village near Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan which sits on the Afghan border, after the men were accused of spying for the US. "Taliban militants strapped explosive material to their bodies and blew them up publicly," a local administrative official in Miranshah told AFP asking to remain anonymous. It is the second such incident in the same village. In a similar execution on May 21 Taliban blew up two men, according to security officials. In the tribal belt Taliban are known to shoot or behead local tribesmen they accuse of spying for US or Pakistan. Two local intelligence officials also confirmed Friday's execution saying the Taliban kidnapped the two men 10 days ago.