2 Taliban Terrorist Commanders Killed in U.S Drone Strike in Pakistan

Two Pakistani Taliban terrorist commanders reportedly were killed in latest series of U.S drone strikes conducted in North Waziristan.

The two were reportedly killed alongside other seven jihadists through drone raids that took place on April 29.

The strike is the second most successful raid inside Pakistan since U.S killed Taliban emir Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour in an attack in May 2016.

According to reports cited by major open sources, U.S drone strike took place on a compound in the village of Lawra Mandi in the Dattak Khel area of North Waziristan killing seven jihadists, alongside “two militant commanders” known as Abdul Rehman and Akhtar Mohammad.

The Taliban and other jihadist organizations such as Al-Qaeda that are known to operate in the Datta Khel. The Datta Khel area in North Waziristan has been reported as a terrorist haven.

Humiliated terrorist groups operating in this region have however not announced the deaths of their senior leaders, commanders and operatives.


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