Bullet-ridden bodies of nine Taliban fighters were found dumped in Pakistan's northwestern tribal belt near the Afghan border, officials said.
Pakistani soldiers patrol the mountains in North Waziristan on March 8, 2011. Bullet-ridden bodies of nine Taliban fighters were found dumped in the northwestern tribal belt near the Afghan border on Monday, officials said.
The bodies were found on Monday on the side of the road in Peer Kaley village in North Waziristan, a stronghold of Al-Qaeda-linked groups, 10 kilometres (six miles) east of the district's main town of Miranshah.
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