MIRANSHAH (AFP) - The Taliban on Friday distributed leaflets in a tribal region near the Afghan border, warning the Pakistan Army not to set up medical camps or carry out development work. The leaflets were handed out in a market in Mir Ali, a small town in North Waziristan where the bodies of six local tribesmen were found in the rubble of a house destroyed in a suspected US missile strike last week. One shopkeeper, who did not want to give his name for security reasons, said Taliban drove past, throwing the leaflets out of a car window. Locals later saw the leaflets plastered on walls in the marketplace, he added. "People in North Waziristan be informed that the Army is not allowed to set up medical camps or carry out development work, including opening schools or hospitals in villages," said the leaflet, a copy of which was obtained by AFP. The leaflet also barred charities from operating in the area. "We warn the Army and NGOs (non-governmental organisations) to refrain from mischief and carrying out such work otherwise they will be responsible for any losses," said the leaflet, which was written in Urdu.