Pakistani military jets bombed Taliban militant hideouts Tuesday in the country's lawless tribal region, a senior military official told CNN.
The jet fighters struck Taliban hideouts in the villages of Makeen and Ladha in South Waziristan, the official said. Pakistani soldiers stationed at nearby military posts also fired on the hideouts, the official said.
Pakistani military jets also launched airstrikes on militant hideouts in Bajaur Agency, the northern-most district in Pakistan's tribal region located along the Afghan border. Read full article »
Journalist Nasir Habib contributed to this report.