Pakistan airstrikes, gun battle kill 55 militants

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The army increased its unpleasant after the slaughter of 150 individuals in a college in Peshawar this 30 days, a carnage which Pakistan described as its own “mini 9/11” and a game-changer in the battle against extremism.

Troops raided a militant hideout delayed Saturday in an position adjacent Orakzai and Khyber tribe regions — near the Afghan boundary — where the insurgents had collected for a conference, the army said in a declaration.

“An extreme battle took position, in which 16 terrorists were murdered and 20 harmed,” it said, including that “fleeing terrorists remaining behind nine deceased systems of their accomplices”.

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