Pakistan army troops drop down into a the basement of a compound they believe was used by militants in a town in North Waziristan, where a massive ground offensive by the military has been taking place.
Miranshah, one of the largest towns in the region, which borders Afghanistan, has been left a ghost town by the military operation.
Ammunition art —
The military displays ammunition recovered by militants in Miranshah.
According to the Pakistan military, various militant groups have been based in the area planning their operations and stockpiling weapons.
Wrecked streets —
Miranshah has been left looking like a street in war-torn Syria. At least 500,000 people have been displaced by the army's campaign.
On patrol —
Thousands of Pakistan troops poured into the region following a massive air bombardment.