At least 14 Pakistani soldiers were killed and 25 others injured Sunday when a roadside bomb hit a military convoy in a lawless tribal area bordering Afghanistan, officials said.
Pakistani soldiers on patrol near the North Waziristan town of Pash Ziarat on March 8, 2011. A roadside bomb has killed at least 14 Pakistani soldiers and injured 25 others in a lawless tribal area bordering Afghanistan, officials say.
The improvised explosive device struck the convoy in Dosali village in the troubled North Waziristan tribal district, a notorious stronghold of Taliban and Al Qaeda-linked militants, a senior military official said.
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